The 6th Annual Financing UK Infrastructure
Partnerships Bulletin is delighted to announce its sixth annual Financing UK Infrastructure conference will be moving to London for 2017.
Following the much anticipated spring Budget in March, the event will cover infrastructure and PPP plans across the country being driven by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA), the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) and the Welsh Government.
Day one (hosted by CMS) will bring together five procurers for a series of roundtables. A maximum of 50 participants will have the opportunity of hearing about live projects first hand and put their questions and comments to the procurers driving the projects. Day one will close with a drinks reception open to all conference delegates.
The main event on day two will give attendees the opportunity of hearing from the agencies delivering infrastructure projects and the leading investors, financiers and advisers driving the market. Through a series of presentations, panels and networking breaks, participants will have all the information they need to play a part in the next generation of PPP projects across the UK.
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