5th Asia-Singapore Infrastructure Roundtable

Wed, 21 Oct, 2015, 12:30 PM - 6:00 PM (GMT+8)
Shangri-La Hotel, Tower Ballroom 22 Orange Grove Road Singapore
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Asia’s needs for infrastructure and the resulting investments are huge. Between 2010 and 2020, it is estimated that US$4.3 trillion of infrastructure investments are required in China, US$2.1 trillion in India and US$1 trillion in Southeast Asia. Although the potential is tremendous, it’s crucial to translate this into concrete opportunities for you and your business. Hear about the potential infrastructure projects in the region and how the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank can partner the industry for development of these projects. Attend our workshops discussing opportunities in SEA and India.
International Enterprise (IE) Singapore invites you to join us at the 5th Asia-Singapore Infrastructure Roundtable – a platform to facilitate dialogue and networking among key players from the sector. This roundtable series has attracted more than 600 industry practitioners so far and this upcoming event is expected to be our biggest turnout ever.

Register early to avoid disappointment!
Registration fees: SGD 199 
10.00 am            

Pre Conference Workshop
Philippines & Thailand: Opportunties in Power & Utilities
(Venue: IE Singapore Office, Little Red Dot)

12.30 pm

Registration & networking buffet lunch

1.30 pm

Opening address
Teo Eng Cheong, CEO, International Enterprise Singapore
1.45 pm

Plenary session 1:  Developing Infrastructure in Asia
Asia's infrastructure investment need of US$8 trilion
between 2010 and 2020 is a familar figure in the industry.
This session seeks to initiate a conversation on the
infrastructure project opportunities in the region and how
to bring them to completion
2.40 pm

Plenary session 2:  How will China's One Belt, One Road Initiative Alter the Infrastructure Scene in Asia
With the announcement of China’s “One Belt, One Road” strategy, new business opportunities in infrastructure projects have surfaced in the region. This session will discuss how this initiative changes the infrastructure scene in Asia and how to bring this potential to realisation.
3.30 pm
Networking break
4.00 pm
Breakout sessions

Workshop 1
Accelerating Indonesia's Infrastructure Projects
Workshop 2
Catalysing India's Infrastructure Development
5.30pmEnd of event 
Confirmed Speakers
  1. Teo Eng Cheong, CEO, IE Singapore
  2. Tamba Hutapea, Deputy Chairman, Investment Planning, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
  3. Cosette Canilao, Executive Director, Public Private Partnership Center, Republic of the Philippines
  4. Laurence Carter, Senior Director, Public Private Partnerships Group, World Bank Group
  5. Lee Seng Chee, Partner, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PwC Singapore
  6. Terry Fanous, Managing Director, Project and Infrastructure Finance Group, Moody’s Investors Service
  7. Tan Ting Ting, Partner, Allen & Gledhill
  8. Yaseen Anwar, Senior Advisor, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) Singapore Branch
  9. Clive Kerner, CEO, Clifford Capital
  10. Sharad Somani, Executive Director and ASPAC Head – Power & Utilities, KPMG Singapore
  11. Kulwaree Buranasajjawaraporn, Executive Director, Solar Energy Development Bureau, Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE), Ministry of Energy, Thailand
  12. Raul B. Aguilos, Undersecretary, Department of Energy, Republic of the Philippines
  13. Aulawi Dzin Nun, Board Member of National Supporting Agency for Water Supply System Development (BPPSPAM), Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia
  14. Tamin M. Zakaria Amin, Board Chairman, National Supporting Agency for Water Supply System Development (BPPSPAM), Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia
  15. Gautsil Madani, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, Angkasa Pura II
  16. Richard Lino, President Director, Pelindo II
  17. Ivan Tan, Group Director, Southeast Asia Group, IE Singapore
  18. Shrinivas Kowligi, Partner – Smart Cities and Urban Transportation, Government & Transaction Advisory, Ernst & Young
  19. Tejpreet Chopra, CEO & Founder, Bharat Light & Power
  20. Uma Maheswaran, CEO (India) & Senior Vice President, Sustainable Urban Solutions, Singapore, Jurong Consultants
  21. Vijay Thakur Singh, High Commissioner, High Commission of India
  22. Tay Lian Chew, Regional Director, South Asia Group, IE Singapore

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