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Allard M. Nooy

InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd.

Allard Nooy joined InfraCo Asia mid-2013 and is responsible for InfraCo Asia's strategic transformation process, i.e. the development and implementation of its ‘multi-developers' and co-investment programme, including a dedicated programme for Myanmar. Allard reports to the InfraCo Asia Board of Directors and also provides over sighting of a private placement process for some of the renewable energy projects. Allard has over 25 years of strategic executive leadership experience in the infrastructure sector, primarily in emerging markets. He has successfully led and acquired infrastructure, energy and environmental companies throughout Asia. His key focus has been on the development and implementation of growth strategies, the creation of new assets and the financing and execution of infrastructure projects. The format of these projects varied widely and included PPP's and BOOT structures in the water, waste water, solid waste management, waste-to-energy, power, and renewable energy sectors. His previous positions include: - CEO of Jindal Aquasource (JITF Water Infrastructure Ltd) and Jindal Ecopolis (JITF Urban Infrastructure Ltd), while based in New Delhi, India; - President Asia Pacific with Covanta Energy Corporation, the world's largest Energy from Waste Company and listed on the NYSE, while based in Shanghai, China; - Regional Director Infrastructure Development and Director China with the Leighton Group in Asia, Australia's largest engineering and contracting group, - Regional Director Greater China at Thames Water International, the world's third largest private water company, both while based in Hong Kong SAR; and - General Manager of Vermeer - Ballast Nedam, while based in Vietnam. Allard holds a Bachelor of Science (Eng) in engineering management and an MBA in international business. He is a regular speaker at conferences with senior government officials and industry leaders in the Asia Pacific.

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