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Join us as we reflect on the past year and compare the views of the industry’s leading lights on projections for 2021.
We’ll explore capital deployment and bottom line protection strategies, LP portfolio adjustments, shifting LP/GP alignment, conflicting views on return expectations and much more.
Keep up to speed with all the latest trends and see how your peers are tackling the industry’s biggest challenges.
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Pan-Baltic infrastructure conference INFRA 2019
We are inviting you to a pan-Baltic infrastructure conference INFRA 2019 that questions if infrastructure stands opposite to the environment or could relevant infrastructure projects instead benefit the society in building a climate neutral economy. The event takes place on the 3rd of October at the Noblessner foundry.
The conference is hosted by Baltcap and COBALT. The focus of the conference will be on infrastructural projects that are completed with the cooperation of the public and private sector (PPP) and also on the development of a climate neutral energy sector.
The following subjects will be covered among others:
Fortum's Vice President A. Räty: "Report of the Nordics' energy market". The report led by Jorma Ollila was first introduced in Helsinki in June. It was funded by companies such as Danfoss, Fortum, Gasum, Stora Enso, SSAB, Statkraft, Virta and Wärtsilä. According to the report, it is important for economies with a low CO2 emission to achieve balance between the affordability, security of supply and the sustainability of energy supplies. It is only by considering these factors that the transition can happen in a manner that the Nordics will be a role model for the world.
The Board Member of Latvian State Roads M. Lazdovskis: "Kekava bypass". Latvia has decided to build the Kekava bypass with the cooperation of the public and private sector. As a result of the project, Latvians will be able to exit Riga's city centre to the south in less than 20 minutes. The project's negotiations started in 2005, but the state had difficulties with funding the project. The solution was a PPP instrument and it will be the biggest road building project in the Baltics to be performed with the cooperation of the public and private sector.
The discussion for creating a regulatory framework for PPP projects in Estonia. The framework will guide partners from the public and private sector through the whole process, ensuring a structured managing and completing of the project. The goal of the framework is to describe the procedures and decisions step by step to all the parties. This way the existence of the framework will guarantee a purposeful and transparent use of public resources.
The ticket costs 370€. Bear in mind that the number of participants is limited.