Webinar: Infrastructure US – Where Next?
May 19, 2017
Webinar recording from 16 May 2017
Infrastructure is the backbone of an economy. Without roads to drive on, hospitals to care for people, airports to enable travel, societies struggle to grow. The US was a leader in infrastructure 30 years ago, but with limited investment it now lags many other global economies and needs significant investment just to “catch up”. This webinar will focus on the likely shape of the industry over the coming years, with a focus on how the sector will change with the recent election results.
Neil Booth, Director, Mazars
Mike Pikiel, Head of Infrastructure, Mining and Commodities, US, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP; IPFA US Branch Council Member
John M. Dionisio, Senior Investment Director, Meridiam Infrastructure North America Corp.
Thomas D. Murray, Managing Director, Apollo
Brent Canada, Head of Infrastructure and Energy Debt Origination, Deutsche Bank