Event Start:
20/01/20 15:30
Event End:
20/01/20 17:40
Location:
EIB Offices, Rond-Point Schuman 6, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Event Summary:

IPFA Europe: Brussels

Infrastructure Investments in Belgium - Focus on Brussels and Wallonia


With a new government and the expected development of the “Walloon Plan for Strategic Investment” initiated at the end of the previous legislature, the Walloon Region is renewing the focus on infrastructure investment. With the Tram de Liège PPP, the SOFICO “Plan Lumière” PPP and other initiatives, and in the context of limited budgetary resources, the incremental shift towards private finance has attracted interest from market participants and investors. The event will explore these topical developments and bring together policy makers, financiers and professional advisers for open exchanges of views.

 

15.30 Registration

 

16.00 Welcome and Introduction

Pierre-Emmanuel Noël, Representative for Operations in Belgium, EIB

 

16.05 IPFA Update

Amie James-Milrose, Marketing & Membership Manager, IPFA

 

16.10 Keynote Address

Marie-Christine Marghem, Federal Energy Minister

 

16.30 Panel Discussion - Overview of the Infrastructure Investment Landscape in Wallonia and Brussels

Moderator: Pierre-Emmanuel Noël, Representative for Operations in Belgium, EIB

Kevin Maddick, Moody’s

Dirk Gyselinck, Belfius Bank

Amaury Caprasse, Walloon Government

Pierre Vanheuverzwijn, Federal Government

Karolien Kaiszm, Brussels Government

17.05 Q&A

 

17.15 Innovative Infrastructure Investment - Keeping the Lights on in Belgium

Prof. D. Ernst, Liège University/MIT

 

17.35 Closing Remarks

Pierre-Emmanuel Noël, Representative for Operations in Belgium, EIB

17.40 Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by EIB

 

This event will be held in English.

 

Hosts

Organisation:
European Investment Bank (EIB)

Fees

No fees found
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