Infrastructure Project Finance in 2016

Some countries and regions were successful in reviving their infrastructure project finance markets in 2015 compared with the previous year, others less so. Overall, there was a slight rise in volumes, with the transport and renewables sectors leading. In 2016, the trend so far has been toward lower volumes and fewer closed deals. This webinar will look at the current trends in infrastructure project finance in major regions of the world from the perspective of the lender.

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Gavin Munro

Gavin Munro is the Head of Infrastructure Finance for Asia-Pacific at Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (SGCIB). Based in Hong Kong, he focuses on transport and social infrastructure projects, including public utilities and PPP transactions in the Asia-Pacific region.

Before relocating to Hong Kong in 2010, Gavin led the Infrastructure Project Finance team in the bank’s London office, where he was involved in advising on a broad range of infrastructure projects and other limited recourse financings. His credentials spread across various transactions in different markets, including the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, Cyprus, and South Africa.

Shyamala Shukla

Shyamala Shukla is a Senior PPP Specialist in the PPP Group at the World Bank Group. She has worked at the World Bank Group for more than eight years, previously as a Consultant and Advisor to Executive Director. She has more than two decades of experience in infrastructure financing, policy, and regulation, with expertise in public-private arrangements, innovative financing, and government support instruments, inter alia.

Shyamala was closely involved with the development and implementation of infrastructure and PPP policies in India for several years and in various positions, including Director (Infrastructure) in the Union Ministry of Finance. She has also worked on projects in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and other countries.

Shyamala has an MPA from Harvard University and an MS in Finance from the Johns Hopkins University.

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Submitted 4:46 am, June 15, 2018

interesting, thanks

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 2:12 pm, May 3, 2018

liked and shared,great info.


Submitted 5:33 am, July 2, 2017

Wonderful presentation


Submitted 5:40 am, May 6, 2017

Financing the Infrastructure Project is the big problem for local Government. I see this course show many good experiences.


Submitted 9:09 am, February 17, 2017

A well designed program with the involvement of distinguished authorities.


Submitted 12:50 pm, January 24, 2017

Excellent content


Submitted 8:55 am, January 5, 2017

deep insight from expereinced person.


Submitted 4:42 am, December 15, 2016

In Serbia, the planned implementation of 18 strategic infrastructure projects to invest 1.9 billion euros. The Government of Serbia intends to realize them by providing the best ways of financing using EU grants, funds favorable loans from international financial institutions, funds from other development partners, as well as funds from the budget. Among the projects is the construction of the road from Nis to Pristina, the construction of the plant for processing waste water in Novi Sad and Nis, modernization of railways on Corridor ten in several sections.

Dr. Illakkuvan

Submitted 12:46 am, December 16, 2016


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