Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association-SIF Webinar on Infrastructure Projects Preparation

The Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA)
and the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF), with the support of their respective constituents, are engaged in a series of initiatives to unlock greater participation of private capital in infrastructure financing, by providing the right tools to project sponsors and investors.

We are delighted to announce the first joint webinar by LTIIA and SIF, to be held

On, Tuesday, February 6, 2018, for Asia Pacific
at 5 pm AEDT / 3 pm JST / 2 pm CST

and, Wednesday, February 7, 2018, for Africa, Europe and Americas
at 5 pm CET / 4 pm GMT / 11 am EST

Participants of the webinar will be invited to exchange on how SOURCE, the solution developed by Multilateral Development Banks to deliver on well-prepared, bankable and sustainable infrastructure projects, can support the development of infrastructure as an asset class, notably in:
• Developing global standards for project preparation
• Standardising risks
• Promoting quality of infrastructure investment
• Promoting common processes on procurement
• Addressing data gaps on infrastructure performance projects

Agenda and registration information will be communicated soon

“Efforts on developing infrastructure as an asset class have increased in recent years. Enhancing public and private cooperation in infrastructure financing and addressing challenges as well as opportunities for public and private stakeholders in infrastructure investment is key.” Thierry Déau, Chairman of LTIIA Board, Founder and Chief Executive Officer Meridiam

“The G20 has recently reiterated the importance of achieving sustainable infrastructure to meet the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. SOURCE will increasingly play a strategic role in supporting the collection and standardisation of data, the development of well-prepared projects and high-quality infrastructure. In developing SOURCE, we have made it a priority to gather the best possible conditions for making projects attractive to long-term investors.” SIF Council President, Rana Ghorayeb, Sr VP Investment, Infrastructure, CDPQ

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