Hear International Keynotes: Australia, Singapore, China and compare global infrastructure funding mechanisms.
Attend NZ Infrastructure Funding to hear stimulating discussion and debate from local NZ and leading global infrastructure experts from Australia, China and Singapore. Explore the latest innovations in project financing and ownership, including alternative investment mechanisms, sustainable financing, the PPP pipeline and much more.
Featuring the following Keynotes:
Thomas Simonson, Principal Regulatory Advisor, Local Government New Zealand
Alex Sundakov, Executive Director, Castalia (Australia)
Boon Chin Hau, Managing Director, Infrastructure and Head, Asia & Emerging Markets, GIC (Singapore) *GIC is a leading global investor that manages Singapore’s foreign reserves with the aim of achieving good long-term returns to preserve and enhance the international purchasing power of the reserves
Featuring Case Studies and sessions on:
- Realising the vision of Thirty Year New Zealand Infrastructure Plan 2015
- Lessons from infrastructure funding and financing in Asia-Pacific
- Singapore’s perspective – Current trends in infrastructure debt market
- A review of infrastructure funding mechanisms in China
- The Local Government Funding Review: Findings and implications so far
- Central and Local Government collaboration in infrastructure financing
- Is asset recycling the silver bullet that can bridge the financing gap for infrastructure?
With speakers from:
Local Government New Zealand | Christchurch City Council | Auckland Council | ACC | Guardians of NZ Superannuation | SkyCabs International Ltd | MinterEllisonRuddWatts | Tourism New Zealand
Who should attend:
Government Policy Advisors | Local government | Infrastructure consultants | Infrastructure developers | Funding and investment advisors & analysts | Infrastructure legal advisors | Commercial and investment banks | Institutional investors | Economists
The New Zealand Infrastructure Funding Conference and the Urban Futures New Zealand Conference are co-located. By registering for one conference you will also be entitled to attend sessions at the other conference. This will enable delegates to make the most of the 2-days and tailor their conference experience.