Scaling emerging market investment in a post-pandemic world
Join, learn from and network with a lobal delegation focused on investment opportunities in emerging markets.
The forum will bring together emerging market specialists with investors keen to put capital to work outside OECD nations.
Advance your fundraising
Connect with a global audience of investors with an interest in emerging markets and benefit from focused networking with the right people.
Gain peer-to-peer insights
Explore the role of infrastructure in achieving net-zero, understand the landscape of digital investment and supply of investable projects, look at collaboration with development banks and much more.
Save time building your network
Create and nurture sustainable relationships with infrastructure’s elite at the event and on our sophisticated networking platform.
One Summit: Seven Forums
The Emerging Markets Forum is part of the industry leading Infrastructure Investor Global Summit. Taking place across four days, the Summit has something to offer everyone involved in infrastructure.
Global Investor Forum
The private infrastructure industry’s annual general meeting
Social Infrastructure Forum
Investing in assets which provide essential services
ESG & Sustainability Forum
The role of infrastructure in the route to net-zero
Energy Transition Forum
The future of energy
Digital Infrastructure Forum
Building the inclusive digital economy of the future
Infrastructure Debt Forum
From pandemic-resilience towards sustainable growth
The Infrastructure Investor Global Summit offers a unique opportunity for organisations to raise their profile as a part of the premier meeting for infrastructure investment professionals.
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Day 1 - Monday 18th
Introduction from Infrastructure Investor
Welcome from the chair
Outlook of emerging market infrastructure in a post-pandemic world
- Overview of government plans to ‘build back better’ post-pandemic and the role of private capital
- Exploring the relative attractiveness of growth markets vs developed nations for the coming decade
- Exploring the pandemic impact on the infrastructure pipeline across jurisdictions and what opportunities will emerge as a result
Comparing regulatory environments: is it becoming easier for private capital to access opportunities?
- Discussing the safest and riskiest sectors from a regulatory and political perspective
- Best practices in engaging in a constructive dialogue with regulators and governments
- Where are regulatory developments creating the biggest opportunities and what are the most significant barriers to investment
Strengthening PPPs frameworks: what are the lessons across jurisdictions
- Hear from policy makers and development banks on the lessons and recommendations in building robust PPP frameworks
- Will the government budget constraints as a result of the pandemic lead to an increase PPP activity?
Coffee & networking
The role of infrastructure in achieving SDGs and net-zero in emerging economies
- Which assets are contributing towards the greatest social and environmental impact and how can they be scaled
- How can private capital aid carbon-neutral goals in developing economies outside of renewables investment?
- Rebuilding and rebalancing existing base of power generation towards low carbon technologies
Defining and mitigating climate risks to infrastructure projects
- Investor views on addressing physical climate risks in their investment models
- Building resilience into existing assets – where is innovation able to mitigate risk and protect value
- Exploring case studies that have significantly dealt with climate-related risks on infrastructure assets
Networking lunch with ESG and Sustainability & Social Infrastructure Forums
Collaboration with development banks: sector and country cases
- Exploring how to enhance the bankability of projects with blended finance solutions and development bank involvement across sectors such as roads, transportation, digital and energy (renewable and conventional)
- Debate the right models for project financing in emerging jurisdictions
- Understand the landscape of deal flow and investments across Latin America, APAC and Africa and what has changed in the last two years
Case study: the growing infrastructure pipeline in Latin America
Coffee & networking
The landscape of digital investment opportunities in growth markets
- Profiling of digital penetration and connectivity across jurisdictions, existing infrastructure and supply of investable projects
- Outlook on regulatory landscape concerning digital infra and how is political risk affecting exit options for investors
- Fixed-fee vs revenue-sharing models – which model is more suited to change the economic case for investing in rural telecoms infrastructure
Future-proofing the energy transition in emerging markets
Closing comment from the chair
All three forums convene in the Ballroom for the opening keynote of the Global Summit
Followed by Q&A with the audience