Supporting Event: ASIFMA Infrastructure Conference 2018: The Path to a Green Belt and Road


Host / Sponsor: Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association
Event Time: 8:30am to 6:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (Convention Hall, L1)
View Flyer/Attachment: Program - ASIFMA Infrastructure Conference 2018

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In collaboration with the Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office (IFFO) of Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), and supported by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), this infrastructure conference focuses on financing-specific topics and more technical-in-nature discussions about the barriers and solutions to financing the Belt and Road and especially, how to emphasize the concept of “green infrastructure” through specific discussions and case studies. It is organized in alignment with the Belt and Road Summit organized by HKTDC.

Keynotes
Panel 1: The Evolution of the Belt and Road
Panel 2: Project Structures, Risk Assessment, Procurement and Planning Process –
Bankability of Projects
Panel 3: The Role of Multilaterals and Development Banks
Panel 4: Project Bonds and Loans: Infrastructure Investment Considerations
Panel 5: Credit Enhancement, Insurance and Credit Rating
Panel 6: The Greening and Sustainability of Infrastructure

Join Now as a Delegate!
EuroCham members enjoy a discount for delegation fee at USD500 (Non-members: USD600)
Register HERE (Guests of Endorsers’ PROMO CODE: INF2018GOE)
(Please click HERE to view the registration guideline.)Regulators, Institutional Investors, Issuers, Corporate Treasurers: Senior representatives may be offered complimentary registration. Please email ccheung@asifma.org for application.
For more event details, please click to read the program website2018 program and other information including factsheet and review of 2017.

Event Contact: gma@asifma.org

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