IPFA Australia: Sydney: New Zealand Treasury Infrastructure Update

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Hosted by: Advisian

​September 2017 sees New Zealanders going to the polls, with the major parties supporting continued investment in infrastructure. A resilient and growing economy allows the New Zealand government to fund projects that are required to support future growth and address existing infrastructure gaps. Whatever form of infrastructure, whether social housing, transport, health, or education, money needs to be, and will be, spent. And importantly, innovative procurement options that deliver value for money will be considered for the delivery of that infrastructure.

4.00pm Registration

4.30pm Welcome & Introduction 
Bruce Riddle, Principal, Social Infrastructure Sector lead APAC, Global Lead PPP and Procurement Strategy, Advisian

4.40pm Update on PPPs
Brendan Herder, Senior Advisor, New Zealand Treasury

4.50pm Social Housing Update
Karen Mitchell, Transaction Lead, Transactions Unit – Social Housing Reform, New Zealand Treasury

5.00pm Panel Discussion and Q&A: PPP as a vehicle for delivering Social Housing
Moderator: Mark Roby, Senior Associate, Social Infrastructure Lead VIC, Advisian
Panellists: Brendan Herder, Senior Advisor, New Zealand Treasury
Karen Mitchell, Transaction Lead, Transactions Unit – Social Housing Reform, New Zealand Treasury
David Beaton, Senior Investment Manager, John Laing 
Andrew Griffiths, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills

5.40pm Closing Remarks
Bruce Riddle, Principal, Social Infrastructure Sector lead APAC, Global Lead PPP and Procurement Strategy, Advisian

5.50pm IPFA Update
Rob Ward, Managing Director, Head of Advisory, Australian Structured Finance Office, MUFG; IPFA Branch Council Member

6.00pm Networking reception kindly hosted by Advisian

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August 24th, 2017 4:00 PM   to   7:00 PM
Advisian's Offices
Level 17, 141 Walker Street
North Sydney
NSW, 2060