Infrastructure Investors Forum: Asia


The Westin Singapore
16 July 2019

#IIFAsia

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The 2nd Annual Infrastructure Investors Forum: Asia gathered over 180 of the industry’s leading figures in Singapore, including 70 LPs, for a day of thought-provoking discussions, presentations, roundtables and networking.

Attendees came from 13 different countries and heard from 30 of the most experienced and successful infrastructure investors from across the globe, as well as the leading pension funds and domestic and foreign institutional investors.

The Forum featured presentations and panel discussions covering topics including how investors can access Asian infrastructure and strategies for effectively delivering returns across the region, the pipeline for deals in the transport sector, how you identify disruption and make sure your long-term infrastructure investments are future-proof, the rise of renewable energy in the region, how asset managers can deliver operational efficiencies and value creation and where, when, and how LPs are investing in Southeast Asian infrastructure.

180+
Attendees
110
Organisations
70
Limited Partners
30
Expert Speakers
13
Countries
The premier infrastructure investors forum in Asia

The IIF Asia Forum in 2018 was just as good as the 2017 ( if not better ) with an excellent line up of speakers and moderators, who unlike most conference events, were clearly rehearsed and in sync with the themes they were discussing. There was no product placement and no vague esoteric rhetoric either; simply experienced professionals presenting, discussing and sharing the information on infrastructure that we need to hear.

Gordon Falconer, Global Director, Smart Cities, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

The IIF Asia Forum provided an excellent focus on SEA Infrastructure. It was agreat venue to enhance your understanding of the recent evolution of themarket, and to network with country/region specialist in SEA and India.

Yoshi Kiguchi, CIO, OKAYAMA METAL & MACHINERY PENSION FUND

The IIF Asia Forum includes a great line up of speakers; good representation of LPs, fund managers and advisers.

Kanishk Bhatia, Head of Infrastructure Investment, ARA INFRASTRUCTURE

    Highlights of the Infrastructure Investors Forum: Asia included:

  • Opening keynote address from Patrick Charbonneau Managing Director, Infrastructure Investments PSP Investments
  • More than 110 leading companies in attendance, including institutional investors from Canada, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, USA and UK
  • A panel of domestic and international LPs sharing the type of investments and funds they wish to commit to featuring, PSP Investments, GIC, Okayama Metal & Machinery Pension Fund and OMERS Infrastructure
  • A session examining how investors are planning to invest in transport infrastructure around the region featuring Indonesia Infrastructure Finance, CapAsia, Land Transport Authority and Korea Development Bank
  • Interactive roundtable discussions focusing on some of the most attractive and intriguing locations for investors in an environment designed to promote sharing and networking
  • A huge LP turnout of the leading investors globally, including CDPQ, AustralianSuper, EPF, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, International Finance Corporation, Temasek International, Korea’s National Pension Service and many more...

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