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  • WBGGIF_event
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    Presentation Session with the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) of the World Bank Group
    Hosted by HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office (IFFO)

    Date
    18 July 2018
    Venue
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
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    Private capital participation is the key to bridge the infrastructure financing gap. In this seminar, the GIF will discuss its role in creating bankable infrastructure projects to further leverage private sector mobilisation. The presenters will also discuss active projects in Tunisia and Vietnam to highlight the GIF’s support in designing and preparing complex infrastructure projects.

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  • RMIF_event
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    Panel on "Risk Mitigation in Infrastructure Financing" at the Belt and Road Summit
    Co-organised by HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office and Hong Kong Trade Development Council

    Date
    28 June 2018
    Venue
    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
    1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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    Panel Discussion
    Risk Mitigation in Infrastructure Financing

    Private sector capital is much needed for financing the infrastructure projects in Belt and Road countries given their vast development needs yet limited fiscal resources. However, participation of private sector capital in infrastructure financing in emerging economies have been limited due to various types of risks. Therefore, properly mitigating various forms of risks is most critical to improving the bankability of infrastructure projects.

    Comprising senior representatives from different key stakeholders in infrastructure financing, this panel will look into the risk factors that hinder private sector capital’s participation and more importantly, the corresponding mitigation solutions.

    Panel Chair:

    • Mr Eddie Yue, JP, Deputy Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA); Director, HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office (IFFO)

    Speakers (Listed in alphabetical order of organization name):

    • Mr Ian Chung, PRC Leader & Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, AECOM
    • Mr Geert Peeters, Executive Director & Chief Financial Officer, CLP Holdings Limited
    • Ms Wen Hong, Chief Representative, Hong Kong Representative Office, The Export-Import Bank of China
    • Mr Mark Moseley, Chief Operating Officer, Global Infrastructure Hub
    • Mr James Cameron, Co-Head of Infrastructure and Real Estate Group, Asia-Pacific, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
    • Mr Tim Warren, Head of Credit Lines, Asia Pacific, Zurich Insurance Company Ltd
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  • BSBR_event
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    Seminar on "Building a Sustainable Belt and Road - Hong Kong’s Pivotal Role to Play"
    Jointly organised by The Hong Kong Association of Banks (HKAB) and the HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office (IFFO)

    Date
    15 May 2018
    Venue
    HSBC Main Building
    1 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
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    Seminar
    Building a Sustainable Belt and Road – Hong Kong’s Pivotal Role to Play

    With growing interest from the private sector to capitalise on Belt and Road opportunities, this seminar is designed to raise awareness and promote participation of Hong Kong banks in Belt and Road projects. In line with Hong Kong’s commitment to sustainability, it will put a spotlight on financially sustainable and environmentally friendly projects along the Belt and Road countries.

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  • GIFAP_event
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    Executive Workshop on "Private Participation in Infrastructure Project Finance and Risk Mitigation"
    Co-organised by HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office (IFFO), International Finance Corporation (IFC), and Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)

    Date
    27-28 March 2018
    Venue
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
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    Executive Workshop
    Private Participation in Infrastructure Project Finance and Risk Mitigation

    Private sector participation in project finance is critical to narrowing the huge infrastructure funding gap in emerging markets. In this workshop, IFC and MIGA will use real life examples to demonstrate how to improve project bankability, for example through the application of relevant products such as insurance, and identifying, managing and mitigating key risks throughout the project life cycle.

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