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IPFA Asia: Singapore: Addressing the Growing Financing Needs of the Asian Renewable Energy Sector
22 March 2012
Hosted by: KPMG
M Hotel Singapore, Tonjong Pagar, 81 Anson Road, Singapore 079908
4.00pm Welcome & Introduction
Sharad Somani, ASPAC Head – Power & Utilities, KPMG Singapore
4.10pm Setting the Scene: Renewable Energy Project Structuring and Financing – Experience in India and key imperatives for ASEAN
Santosh Kamath, Partner, Management Consulting, KPMG India
4.40pm Panel Discussion
Chaired by: Sharad Somani, ASPAC Head – Power & Utilities, KPMG Singapore
Gregory Liu, First Vice President, Structured Finance Asia Pacific, SMBC
“Lender perspective on renewable energy in Asia”
Christophe Inglin, Managing Director, Phoenix Solar
"Turnkey contractor’s perspective of developing solar energy in SE Asia (case study and market perspective)"
Rahul Kar, Director, Climate Change & Sustainability, KPMG Singapore
"Contribution of carbon finance to financing renewable energy projects in ASEAN"
Matthew Strong, Managing Director, Capital Risks Asia, Jardine Lloyd Thompson
"An insurance market perspective on renewable energy in Asia"
5.50pm Question & Answer session
6.05pm Closing remarks from IPFA
James Harris, Partner, Hogan Lovells; IPFA Asia Council Chairman
6.10pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by KPMG
For further details please contact Amy Francis e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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