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Event Overview


After 10 successful editions, the Annual Canadian Infrastructure Finance Forum will return on July 12th & 13th, 2016.  Our high-level executive conference has been recognised as the best place for the Canadian infrastructure community to gather, build relationships and do business.


If you are part of a law firm and wish to register please contact 


What's on the 2016 agenda?

Join us at the upcoming conference, we will examine how the country’s established and successful PPP model has adapted to this trend, and explore its potential for further evolution. Some of the key topics will be..

  •        Procuring and structuring infrastructure projects on a municipal level: Benefits and challenges
  •        Loans vs. bonds: How bank debt can challenge bonds as the dominant tool in the long term financing

Hear from senior executives from organisations including Infrastructure CanadaSaskBuildsInfrastructure OntarioPartnership BC and many others.

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2016 Market trends - Spotlight on Transport Infrastructure
The past couple of years have seen transport infrastructure thrive in Canada, with a series of rapid transit and bridge projects coming to a close.   Overall in 2015, of the largest infrastructure transactions, all were in transport with a total investment of $5.2 billion.

Conference delegates will...

• Network with leading industry figures, including project sponsors, developers, lawyers and financiers, as well as government representatives from municipal, provincial and federal bodies.

• Discuss the state of the project pipeline at our intimate grantor roundtables, as well as opportunities and difficulties currently faced in the PPP market.

• Learn about the new government’s infrastructure spending plan, the kind of projects it will be focusing on, and the potential for a Canadian Infrastructure Bank.

Who will you meet at the conference? 
• Government Sponsors
• Provincial and Municipal bodies
• Institutional Investors 
• Developers 
• Banks 
• Technical/Financial/Legal Advisers 
• Government Contractors 
• Consulting engineers 
• Technology suppliers


Contact us
- For details about the event and how to register please contact

- If you wish to discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact

- For speaking opportunities and agenda queries, please contact: