Event Start:
14/11/18 16:00
Event End:
14/11/18 19:00
Location:
National Australia Bank, 255 George St, Sydney
Event Summary:

IPFA Australia: Sydney: New Zealand Treasury Infrastructure Update


New Zealand elected a new Government in 2017, which changed the near-term pipeline for infrastructure delivery and PPPs in NZ. The new Government has announced some ambitious new initiatives including; Kiwibuild, Provincial Growth Fund, Crown Infrastructure Partners, a new independent Infrastructure entity, and upcoming projects include Auckland Light Rail and Penlink. Despite the initial change in the near-term pipeline, there is urgent need for increased investment in infrastructure in NZ, and the Government is willing to partner with the private sector to deliver its ambitious initiatives.
 
Attendees will hear the latest market updates from the New Zealand Treasury and Crown Infrastructure Partners, followed by an interactive panel session, then networking drinks.

4.00pm Registration
 

4.30pm Welcome & Introduction from host
Brad Calleja, General Manager Specialised & Acquisition Finance, NAB
 
4.40pm Keynote Address 
Brendan Herder, Senior Advisor, NZ Treasury
 
4.50pm Keynote Address
Sean Wynne, Chief Commercial Officer, Crown Infrastructure Partners

5.00pm Keynote Address
Amelia East, Infrastructure Funding and Financing (IFF) Programme Lead, NZ Treasury
 
5.10pm Panel Discussion & Q&A
Moderated by: Laura Harris, Head of Project Finance, Bank of New Zealand, NAB Group

Panellists:  
Brendan Herder, Senior Advisor, NZ Treasury
Amelia East, Infrastructure Funding and Financing (IFF) Programme Lead, NZ Treasury
Sean Wynne, Chief Commercial Officer, Crown Infrastructure Partners
Nicole Patterson, Investment Manager, HRL Morrison
Simon Nicholls, EGM Development & Technical, Pacific Partnerships

 
5.50pm Closing Remarks from host
 
5.55pm IPFA update 

IPFA Branch Council Member
 
6.00pm Networking Drinks Reception 

Hosts

Organisation:
National Australia Bank

Fees

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