Event Start:
20/09/18 18:00
Event End:
20/09/18 22:00
Barbarossa Beach Scheveningen beach Strandweg 61
Event Summary:

IPFA Europe: The Hague: IPFA 20th Anniversary Drinks Reception – A Review of Project Finance in The Netherlands - Past & Future

Join IPFA and our hosts, EY, Ministry of Infrastructure, Norton Rose Fulbright and Turner&Townsend as we celebrate IPFA’s 20th anniversary at Barbarossa Beach Club in The Hague.

With the sun setting over the Dutch Coast, we will be looking back at the past twenty years, discussing changes in the industry and thinking about what the future might look like – this evening of networking, drinks and a barbecue is not one to miss! 


18.00 Opening
18.15 Welcome – 20 Years of IPFA
Geoff Haley, Chairman, IPFA
18.30 A Review of Project Finance in The Netherlands - Past & Future
Frank van Rooden, Associate Director, Turner & Townsend
Errol Scholten, Partner, EY.


This event is free of charge for IPFA members and the public sector. If you have any queries regarding IPFA membership, please email membership@ipfa.org.



Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (Rijkswaterstaat)

Norton Rose Fulbright

Turner & Townsend


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