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Infrastructure Investment World Europe 2012

Event : Infrastructure Investment World Europe 2012

Mon, 19/11/2012  
Conducted by : Terrapinn
Contact : Alina Fisher

 Infrastructure Investment World Europe 2012 focus:

Emerging market infrastructure – long term, profitable returns or a regulatory nightmare? 
India – 500bn reasons to invest in infrastructure 
Greenfield, Brownfield or “value added” – where’s the opportunity? 
Determining investor appetites for energy investing 
Structuring funds and co-investment transactions 
Mitigating risk and managing your infrastructure assets 
 
Fund and asset managers come to learn:
How future government spending and the advent of dedicated infra banks will impact infrastructure investment across Europe 
How EU governments are facilitating private investment into infrastructure and what opportunities it presents for pension funds
How to assess the increasing importance of the development banks for infrastructure investing
What strategies are best suited for small, medium or big LPs looking to invest in infrastructure
The viability of infrastructure debt as an asset class for pension funds
 
Who should attend:
Pension fund investors 
Infrastructure funds 
Fundraisers 
Project finance advisors 
Investment banks 
Lawyers
Fund of funds 
Private equity funds
Insurance companies
Hedge funds
Pension fund consultants
Ratings agencies
Monoline insurers
Developers
 
Book early and secure an Early Bird price. The earlier you book, the more you save! Institutional investors come for free ( subject to Terrapinn Approval) for more details visit our website
 


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