Event Start:
14/11/19 14:30
Event End:
14/11/19 18:20
Restaurancja Winosfera, Chłodna 31, 00-867 Warsaw, Poland
Event Summary:

IPFA Europe: Warsaw

Sea Ports in Poland - First Step to Multimodal Transport

Following implementation of PPP Policy, amendments to the PPP Law and issuance of  PPP Guidelines, the public authorities in Poland are equipped with the instruments to develop the PPP projects and prepare the solid pipeline for the next few years.

Recently, two companies responsible for managing of maritime ports in Poland Zarząd Portu Morskiego Gdańsk S.A and Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia S.A. launched the tenders for complex advisory services to conduct PPP analysis in order to asses value for money of their envisaged projects, as well as market appetite for involvement in these projects. Both projects with their value, scope of investments and the increase of quality and volume of services that might be offered by both ports in the future are very important for PPP market. If vfm is proved, they can trigger the development of, long awaited, PPP market in the transportation sector, which would stimulate progress not only in the sea ports, but also in other transport modes.

Participants will share their experience and lessons learnt from similar projects in well developed markets, as well as trends in the multimodal transport, including financing and delivery models and legal issues relating to implementation of the projects.  


14.30 Registration

15.00 Welcome and Introduction

Krzysztof Kycia, Partner, DLA Piper and Marzena Rytel, Director, PwC


15.05 IPFA Update

Marzena Rytel, Council Member, IPFA Poland


15.10 Introduction to Port Development Financing

Pavel Shelekhov, Senior Manager, PwC


15.30 Special Law on Outer Ports Investments

Agnieszka Chylińska, Senior Associate, DLA Piper


15.45 Outer Port in Gdynia

Maciej Krzesiński, Director Marketing and Foreign Cooperation, Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia S.A


16.05 Reference Case Study

Steven Bouckaert, Deputy General Manager, DEME


16.25 Beyond Feeder Ports: Attracting Terminal Operators & Investors to Port Developments

Konrad Jar, Port Sector Independent Expert


16.45 Coffee Break


17.00 Panel Discussion & Q&A

Moderator: Adriana Mierzwa Bronikowska, Counsel, Head of Projects/PPP, DLA Piper and Marzena Rytel, Director, PwC

Agnieszka Chylińska, DLA Piper

Maciej Krzesiński, Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia S.A

Steven Bouckaert, DEME

Marcin Golly, NDI

Alina Sarnacka, Centrum PPP

Pavel Shelekhov, PwC

Konrad Jar, Port Sector Independent Expert


18.30 Closing Remarks

Adriana Mierzwa Bronikowska, DLA Piper and Marzena Rytel, PwC


18.35 Networking Drinks Reception kindly co-hosted by DLA Piper and PwC


This event will be held in English with simultaneous translation in Polish if needed.





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