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Morning Sessions Part 1
How can organisations stay one step ahead of the risks presented by ongoing advances in cyber threats?
Presentation followed by panel:
What strategies are LPs reviewing to increase their allocation to infrastructure over the long term? Which trends are they following and why? What are the top challenges they are facing, what types of risks are they concerned about and how are they managing those risks?
What happens to infrastructure debt in a challenging market? Examining the effect of geopolitical risk, market competition, regulatory factors and the outlook for pricing and supply. What does the next generation of debt products look like, and what different strategies are managers using to limit downside and position for upside?
Morning Sessions Part 2
Delivering stellar returns by bolstering operational strength to get the best out of your business. Examining specific changes and initiatives undertaken and providing tangible evidence of how these initiatives have created value and genuinely transformed a business
Why are investors gravitating to direct and co-investment models: are they really suitable investment models for infrastructure investing? What are the different skill sets required to make a good co-investor?
Topics to be discussed include:
• The Trump Administration and U.S. Infrastructure Investing: Can it turn the tide?
• Core Infrastructure: Does it work in closed-end fund format?
• Update on Brexit and Infrastructure in a “hard” Brexit environment