Mazars Asian Infrastructure Summit

Date: 27 Nov 2018

Asia faces an unprecedented gap in its existing infrastructure, creating unabundant opportunities for investment in everything from roads and rails to renewable. Our inaugural Asia Infrastructure Summit brings together leading experts in the infrastructure space for a day of discussions on infrastructure project demand and risks, including panel discussions on:

  • Risks and challenges for private investors in Asia’s traditional infrastructure
  • Asia’s green ambitions and the challenges presented by an evolving renewable landscape


Daniel Hu Managing Director, Overseas Infrastructure Fund Department, China Everbright Limited

Liming Qiao China Director, Global Wind Energy Council

Monica Sun Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Matthew Fellmeth Director, Infrastructure Advisory, Infrastructure & Energy, Mazars

Bob Green Partner - Head of Global Infrastructure Finance, Mazars


13:00 Registration

13:30 Opening remarks

13:35 Keynote address

14:00 Panel discussion followed by Q&A

Striving for sustainability: Understanding Asia’s green ambitions and investment risks

Asia’s clean energy revolution has been sweeping, creating unabundant investment opportunities and energy needs as governments roll out ambitious renewable targets in a commitment to sustainable growth. The key to successfully investing in this green growth comes from understanding the evolving renewable landscape – it also involves an assessment of key risks and developing an outlook to where the industry is heading from here. Our panel discussion will provide essential insights into how Asia’s green ambitions are fueling the sector’s ascent.

  • Where are the current market and sector opportunities? Which are failing to keep pace with the renewable energy drive?
  • In which Asian markets do the risks outweigh the rewards when investing in renewable?
  • Where will investors find the most clean energy opportunities in five years’ time? In 10 years?

15:00 Panel discussion followed by Q&A

Roads and rails, pipes and power: Capitalizing on Asia’s infrastructure needs

Asia faces an unprecedented gap in its existing infrastructure, forcing countries in the region’s advanced and emerging markets to race to roll out projects to meet growing demands amid demographic shifts. These efforts, which increasingly require private sector capital, can offer promising opportunities for investors, however, risks and challenges must also be factored in. Our panel will discuss best practices and strategies investors can take to capitalize on Asia’s massive (and growing) infrastructure needs.

  • Emerging vs Advanced Asia: Where are the opportunities and how does investing and risk assessment differ in each?
  • What will be the role of Chinese investors and those from outside the region in helping Asia fulfill its infrastructure needs, and what are the key risks to participating in these projects?
  • What can Chinese investors expect to experience when investing outside China?

16:00 Closing remarks

16:15 Networking reception

(Simultaneous interpretation between English and Simplified Chinese will be provided)

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