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Port of Rotterdam Authority
DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyer Inc
IPFA Germany: The role of international financial institutions (IFIs) and the private sector in project financing transactions - Presentations
17 November 2011
Please find below the presentations of the event.
16.00 Welcome and introduction
Dr. Markus M. Pfaff, Partner and Co-Head of the German Banking & Finance Group, CMS Hasche Sigle
Thomas Brehler, Council Member, IPFA
16.10 -16.30 “The Role of IFIs in the Current Markets”
Dr. Marc Riede, Partner and Co-Head of the CMS International Banking & Finance Group, CMS Hasche Sigle
16.30–16.50 “From Additionality to Subsidiarity – Different Approaches to Harmonize the Roles of IFI and Commercial Banks in Project Finance”
Ulrich Klemm, General Counsel, DEG - Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
16.50-17.10 “Examples of successful co-operation between IFIs and private sector banks in Project Finance”
Gerald W. Merz, Managing Director, UniCredit Bank AG
17.10 -17.30 “Project structuring with multilateral institutions: experience and importance”
Jan-Willem Lindhout, Head of Debt Advisory & Placement, EquityGate Advisors GmbH
17.30 Panel Discussion & Q&A
Moderated by: Dr. Marc Riede, CMS Hasche Sigle
Dirk Franzen, Boehm-Bezing, Sieger & Cie.
Ulrich W. Klemm, DEG
Gerald W. Merz, UniCredit Bank AG
Andrew Ivison, Partner and Co-Head of the CMS International Banking & Finance Group, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
Dr. Joachim Keck, PartnerRegio
18.00 Closing Remarks by Geoff Haley, Chairman, IPFA & Networking Drinks Reception
- Ulrich Klemm, DEG
- Marc Riede, CMS Hasche Sigle
- Gerald Merz, Unicredit
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