Inframation is proud to announce the 13th Annual Infrastructure Investors Forum: Americas
This year’s virtual forum will focus on the crossroads that both technology disruption and the aggressive climate change initiatives that are changing the game for infrastructure investments. While some of these changes are echoed in the recent federal infrastructure plan introduced by President Joseph Biden, the sheer amount of capital flowing into alternative energy and broadband indicates the scene has already been set for the next phase of investment.
This is expected to impact anywhere from city planning, through smart city initiatives, to the next generation of toll roads and on how renewable energy developers are approaching their next phase of development: finding ways to reduce carbon emissions, through the development of energy storage, green hydrogen, and carbon capture.
Join us on June 9th from 10am ET to hear from the experts at the forefront of these changes as they set out the new path which the infrastructure industry is forging for itself by addressing the challenges and the future opportunities available to investors.
“I truly enjoyed the event and found the well thought agenda and the insight from expert panelists helpful to my day-to-day business. The small setting set up and breaks during the event allowed me to touch based with long relationships but also meet great new industry professionals.”
Ulises Flores, Partner, Eaton Partners
Past attending institutions included:
Akin Strauss Hauer & Feld
Alinda Capital Partners
Allen & Overy
All Pensions Group
Argo Infrastructure Partners
Asante Capital Group
BlackRock Infrastructure Solutions
CBRE Caledon Capital Management
Chapman and Cutler
China Merchants Bank
Energy Capital Partners
Global Infrastructure Partners
Government of Singapore Investment Corporation
Harbert Management Corporation
Harrison Street Capital
Herbert Smith Freehills
I Squared Capital
InfraRed Capital Partners
Japan Bank for International Cooperation
John Hancock + Manulife
Kiewit Meridiam Partners
Louis Berger Services
National Australia Bank
NYC Pension Plan
Old City Investment Partners
Ontario Power Generation
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
Onyx Renewable Partners
Poyry Management Consulting
Rubicon Capital Advisors
Sullivan & Cromwell
TD Greystone Asset Management
The American Association of Port Authorities
Tradewind Interstate Advisors
USAA Real Estate
White & Case
Winston & Strawn
"IIF Americas gave insights from a spectrum of experts across the infrastructure investors space. The event setup also allowed for interesting side discussions with a range of senior industry figures invested in the evolution of North American power and energy markets."
Stuart Murray, Principal and Head of Energy Management Consulting North America, Poyry Management Consulting
Winston & Strawn
Winston & Strawn LLP is an international law firm with nearly 1,000 attorneys in key financial centers around the world. We litigate cases and close transactions by bringing an understanding of the global legal issues our clients face in transactions, disputes, and regulatory/enforcement-related matters. We strive to provide our clients with creative solutions to their business problems—on time and on budget. We serve our communities and the public interest, promote diversity within our firm and throughout the legal profession, and maintain a culture of teamwork and collegiality.
Our Latin America & Caribbean practice is made up of more than 30 corporate and litigation attorneys who are active in nearly every market in the region. Our clients include financial institutions, public and private companies, Fortune 500 companies, government and quasi-governmental entities, private equity and other investors, domestic and international oil and gas exploration and production companies, petrochemical companies, refiners, shippers, and a range of commercial and infrastructure developers. Our experience includes finance, project finance, capital markets, M&A and spinoffs, joint ventures, private equity, environmental, tax, litigation, international arbitration, and antitrust/competition.
"GRESB is a mission driven and investor led organization providing standardized and validated Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data to the capital markets. Established in 2009, GRESB has become the leading ESG benchmark for real estate and infrastructure investments across the world. The 2020 real estate benchmark covers more than 1,200 property companies, real estate investment trusts (REITs), funds, and developers. Our coverage for infrastructure includes more than 540 infrastructure funds and assets. Combined, GRESB represents US $5.3 trillion in real asset value. The reported ESG data is used by more than 100 institutional and financial investors to monitor investments across portfolios and understand the opportunities, risks and choices that need to be made as the industry transitions to a more sustainable future."
The Global Listed Infrastructure Organisation (GLIO) is the representative body for the $3 trillion market capitalization listed infrastructure asset class. GLIO raises investor awareness for the asset class through research, education, events and promotion.
GLIO is supported by its membership structure. Its members are regulated utilities, transportation infrastructure, communications infrastructure and energy transportation infrastructure companies. In total, GLIO corporate members represent approximately $850bn in market capitalization, or $1.2trn in Enterprise Value.
Specialist listed infrastructure managers make up a significant part of the membership, along with banks and advisors. The specialist managers manage approximately $115bn in assets under management.