Infrastructure—be it transportation infrastructure such as roads, bridges and airports, or “midstream” energy like pipelines—is vital for national economic prosperity, supporting goods, services and the workforce. But in the U.S. as well as worldwide, public funding to build and repair infrastructure is scarce, resulting in the need for private capital and creating opportunities for long-term investors in “real” assets. At the same time, the intersection of technology and business drivers will possibly shape the momentum towards a changing investment climate in the coming years.
NYSSA’s 5th Annual Global Infrastructure conference will once more bring together leading executives, analysts, portfolio managers and investors in thought-provoking discussions on both the long-term and near-term outlook for the infrastructure industry, including multiple panels. The panels and keynote addresses will explore sectorial themes as they relate to project pipelines and deal flow in 2017, breakdown of financing and funding tools and upcoming opportunities with the ever-shifting legal and political landscape worldwide. Join the speakers and network with 200 industry professionals to discuss the global infrastructure deficit, the market appetite for public-private investment in infrastructure and how infrastructure assets can benefit institutional portfolios.
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Friday, November 3, 2017
NYSSA Conference Center
1540 Broadway, Suite 1010
45th Street Entrance
Jae Yoon, CFA
Kevin Maxwell, CFA
Deepika Sharma, CFA
Patrick Holert, CFA, CAIA
Chris Cutler, CFA
Evelyn Yeow, CFA
Robert Peralta, CFA
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