Chaired by David Pilling, Asia Editor of the Financial Times and featuring a keynote address by World Bank President, Robert Zoellick, and the Head of Hogan Lovells' Asia Infrastructure Group, James Harris, the upcoming World Bank-Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit 2011 will bring together policy-makers, investors, contractors and strategists to explore innovative public-private solutions for the funding and implementation of key infrastructure projects.
The Summit is organised by the World Bank-Singapore Urban Hub in association with the Financial Times and the World Bank-ASEAN Infrastructure Finance Network. Supported by Hogan Lovells, the Summit will include an exclusive panel of ministers, mayors and financial sector leaders, and a unique showcase of urban infrastructure projects and financing structures presented by senior public sector officials. There will also be a discussion on the potential of bond markets as a tool for infrastructure financing.
The Summit will take place at the InterContinental Singapore on 6 September 2011. Further details can be found at www.ftconferences.com/wb-singapore2011.
To get a glimpse of last year's Summit, please click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dEwKDqsgYg&list=PL58072B1F637131BB.