Why attend?

WHY ATTEND

  • Hear from the National Development Finance Agency about new initiatives and opportunities
  • Find out the private sector response to the pipeline
  • Learn how to overcome the biggest barriers to investment in infrastructure in Ireland
  • Understand how banks will react to have committed bids vs funding competition
  • Get insights on how should the new PPP deals be structured
  • The latest updates on the social and housing sectors

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

11 December 2017


09:30 – 17:40: Financing Irish Infrastructure with networking buffet lunch

From 17:40: Conference drinks reception for all delegates

 

PAST ‘FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE’ ATTENDEE ORGANISATIONS:

Aecom
Affinitext
Ageas
Allianz Global Investors
Allied Irish Banks
Aon Risk Solutions
Arthur Cox
Aviva Investors
Babson Capital Management
Baker Tilly
Balfour Beatty Investments
BAM PPP
Bank of Ireland
BDO
Bellrock Property & Facilities Management
Bilfinger RE Asset Management
Brodies
Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe
Canmore Partnership
Centrus Advisors
Cintra Servicios de Infraestructuras SA
City of Glasgow College
CMS Cameron McKenna
Currie & Brown
DekaBank
Deloitte
DIF
DLA Piper
EC Harris
Equitix
Ernst & Young
Eurolink Motorway Operations
European Investment Bank
Eversheds
Farrans Construction
FCC
FES FM
Forth Valley Health Board
G&T Projects
Galliford Try Investments
gbpartnerships
Government of Ireland
Green Investment Bank
HCP Social Infrastructure
Helaba
High Commission of Canada
Hochtief PPP Solutions
Hub South East Scotland
hub West Scotland
hubSW
IBI Group
IFM
InfraRed Capital Partners
Interserve Investments
Investec Bank
Ireland Strategic Investment Fund
Irish Life Investment Managers
JJ Rhatigan & Company
JM Architects
John Laing
Kajima Partnerships
KfW Ipex Bank
KPMG
MacDonald North
Macquarie
MacRoberts
MAMG Consultancy
Marsh
Mason Hayes & Curran
Matheson
Mazars
McCann FitzGerald
McClure Naismith
MEIC / Glan Agua
Meridiam
Mizuho Bank
Moody’s
Morgan Sindall
Morgan Sindall Investments
Mott MacDonald
MUFG
National Development Finance Agency
National Roads Authority
Natixis
NHS Ayshire & Arran
NORD/LB
NTMA
Operis
Osborne Clarke
Philip Lee Solicitors
Pinsent Masons
Prime
PwC
QMPF
RBS
Robertson Capital Projects
Rubicon Infrastructure Advisors
Scottish Futures Trust
Shepherd and Wedderburn
Sir Robert McAlpine Capital Ventures
SMBC
Societe General
Squire Patton Boggs
Standard & Poor’s
Sweett Investment Services
Transport Scotland
Willis Towers Watson
WSP