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IPFA Asia: Hong Kong: How Public Private Partnerships Fit into China’s RMB10 trillion Infrastructure Financing Needs

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Hosted by: Moody's & PwC

China’s infrastructure spending needs are expected to be over RMB10 trillion in the next 5 years. China aims to attract more institutional private capital, as part of meeting its substantial financing requirements,  Public Private Partnership  (PPP) is being promoted by the government as an alternate avenue to fund infrastructure projects via concessionary arrangements. Attendees will gain valuable insights from a panel of experts on the evolving PPP developments in China, as well as opportunities and challenges faced by investors who are interested in participating in PPP either as lenders or financial sponsors.

The agenda is outlined below.

4.00pm Registration

4.30pm Welcome and Introduction
Vivian Tsang, North Asia Head of Project and Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s Investors Service

4.40pm Keynote Address - Evolving PPP Developments in China
Vivian Tsang, North Asia Head of Project and Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s Investors Service

5.00pm Panel Discussion - PPP Opportunities and Challenges faced by investors
Followed by a Q&A session
Moderator: Mark Rathbone, Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader, Asia, PwC
Guangrui (Allen) Xiao, Sr. Public Private Partnership Officer, PRC Resident Mission, Asia Development Bank
Neil Johnson, Managing Director, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets
Ivy Poon, Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Project and Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s Investors Service
Hongbin Jiang, Director, Corporate Finance, PwC

5.50pm Closing Remarks
Mark Rathbone, Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader, Asia, PwC

5.55pm IPFA Update
Rachel Allen, Regional Operations Manager, IPFA

6.00pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Moody's and PwC


For event enquiries, please contact Rachel Allen, rallen@ipfa.org.

For registration enquiries, please contact events@ipfa.org
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March 15th, 2017 4:00 PM   to   8:00 PM
PwC Offices
21/F Edinburgh Tower
The Landmark
15 Queen's Road
Hong Kong