Event Start:
13/06/18 15:30
Event End:
13/06/18 20:00
Beethovenstraat 400, 1082 PR Amsterdam, Netherlands
Event Summary:

How do Dutch PPP's Contribute to UN's Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations' (UN) 17 Sustainable Development Goals set out a supremely ambitious and transformational vision. PPPs are critically important in meeting the challenge of sustainable development. Join us at this event to explore how Dutch PPP project are contributing to reach the SDG's and how these SDG's shape the future of Dutch PPP projects.  

3.00pm Registrations 

3.30pm Welcome & Introduction
Ard van der Steur, former Minister of Justice

3.35pm Introduction SDG's
Geoffrey Hamilton, Chief of the PPP Programme, UNECE

4.00pm Implementation SDG's in The Netherlands (including PPP projects)
Hugo von Meijenfeldt, National Coordinator Implementation SDG's, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

4.25pm Experiences of World Bank Group
Chris Millward, Head of the MIGA Europe Hub, World Bank Group

4.50pm Sponsors perspective on SDG's 
Bart Budding, Financial Advisor, RebelGroup  

5.10pm Rijkswaterstaat's perspective and vision
Erik Vendel. Director Innovation and Market, Rijkswaterstaat

5.30pm Panel discussion & wrap-up
Moderator: Ard van der Steur, former Minister of Justice
Geoffrey Hamilton, Chief of the PPP Programme, UNECE
Hugo von Meijenfeldt, National Coordinator Implementation SDG's, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Chris Millward, Head of the MIGA Europe Hub, World Bank Group
David van Ee, Partner, NautaDutilh 
Jan van Schoonhoven, Senior Advisor Infrastructure and PPP, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
Bart Budding, Financial Advisor, RebelGroup  
Erik Vendel, Director Innovation and Market, Rijkswaterstaat

5.55pm IPFA Update

6.00pm Drinks reception hosted by NautaDutilh 


NautaDutilh N.V.


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