Infrastructure Project Finance Conference Mumbai,India 2010

Conference date:04-08th October,2010

Conference Venue:The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower,Mumbai 400 001, India
Conference country:India

Conference theme:
The conference is a one-stop opportunity to learn and debate the factors affecting the development and finance of global energy and infrastructure projects and discuss questions such as “The future of project finance: When will we see a return to longer tenors?” or “Which are the newest risk mitigation and project finance structures?”

It will also give you a more in-depth view of the infrastructure market and an introduction to the funds and investors who are driving deals in this sector, including a global market watch, covering potential transactions in Europe, The USA, The Middle East, Russia, India and Africa.

About organizer:
High economic growth and sustainable development are the principal objectives of the developing world. The major precondition for attaining these goals is the availability of infrastructure in the economy, both in adequate quantity and quality. Infrastructure is considered as the wheel, if not the engine of development. The lack of infrastructure will definitely hamper the sustainable economic growth and quality of life. In the developing countries including India, the availability of adequate infrastructure is low as compared to the country‟s need. While the demand of infrastructure is now growing at a much faster rate, supply is more or less stagnant and severely lacks in quality. This is mostly due to growing urbanization and globalization across the countries in the world.

The augmentation of necessary infrastructure for sustainable economic growth and quality of life requires huge amount of finance. There are many ways infrastructure can be financed- the important areas are budgetary and non- budgetary provisions like accessing capital markets and institutional reforms. The aim of this international conference on „Infrastructure Finance‟ is to bring together different stakeholders from various parts of the world to a single platform to exchange views and share knowledge so as to build a road map for creation of infrastructure and management of economic growth.


  • Hochtief Concessions
  • Goldman Sachs
  • IPFA Nigeria
  • Gazprom Bank
  • Capital Innovations
  • Meridiam Infrastructure
  • Global Infrastructure Partners
  • Skanska Infrastructure Development
  • Gulf One Investment Bank
  • IDFC Project Equity


  • Chief Technology Officers, Chief Executive Officers, Executive Vice Presidents, Managing and Executive Directors

  • Chief Operating Officers, Heads of Operations Teams
  • Chief Information Officers, Chief Security Officers, Heads and VPs of IT, Senior Technology Advisers/ Technology architects
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Heads of Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, ATMs, Cards, & related executives
  • Heads of Retail Services, E-Commerce and related managers
  • CRM, Customer Data and Risk Managers
  • Sales, Marketing, HR and Finance Managers
  • Executives at Central Banks, Stock Exchanges and Government Officials
  • IT,ITES, Telcommunications professionals, Management Consultants and Service Providers
  • Financial technology domain experts
  • Venture capitalists/fund managers/investment bankers
  • Contact:
    Bryant N. Kobe
    Conference website:

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