Event Start:
04 Jun 2024 08:00 AM
Event End:
04 Jun 2024 11:30 AM
Frankfurt, Germany
Event Summary:

IPFA Continental Europe

Financing Sustainable Transport Infrastructure – A Moving Target?

The OECD estimates that approx. 6.5 trillion EUR/ year of infrastructure investments – including transport - are required through 2030 to meet global climate and development objectives. And transport is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union, accounting for around 31% of total emissions.

Given the objectives, significant investment gaps exist in financing related transport infrastructure – including digital, EV charging and smart mobility. As requirements and business models in the associated transport, mobility and infrastructure sectors are constantly in motion, we will discuss risks and opportunities for the private sector including institutional, private equity and corporate finance.

Join us when we debate challenges and success stories and how financing and stakeholders interact.


Discussion Points: 

- Investment in sustainable transport and smart mobility under the EU Green Deal – understanding regulation, subsidies, and policies

- Sustainable transport investment must build greener or climate -proof” infrastructure – what are the risks and opportunities for investors, users and operators?

- Financing and operating critical infrastructure (bus, truck, passenger cars…): case studies and success stories

- How does the German Verkehrswende impact charging infrastructure: market demand, financing models, innovation

- 10 investment ideas for a Green Transportation Infrastructure




- Moderator: Martin Eichstädt-Krug, Member of the Executive Board of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. Frankfurt Branch 

- Daniel Chiriac, Project Finance, ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

- Mark Hoff, European Head of ESG & Finance Sector Lead, SLR Consulting

- Thorsten Koska, Co-Head of Mobility & Transport, Wuppertal Institute

- Urs Maier, Senior Associate, Agora Verkehrswende

- Sebastian Miller, President/CEO, Ambe Consulting GmbH

Event Details

Registration: 8am  

Discussion begins: 9.00am

Networking Breakfast: 8-9 and 10.30-11.30


Format: In-person briefing; Keynote Address, Panel discussion and interactive Q&A followed by a networking reception

Address: Room Amsterdam, 6th floor, ABN AMRO Bank N.V. Frankfurt Branch, Mainzer Landstraße 1, 60329 Frankfurt/Main




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