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Event Overview

 

The Caribbean infrastructure market presents an interesting set of challenges and opportunities for financing, differing much from other regional markets and even island to island. Some governments are leading the charge to sophisticate PPP legislation and engage private sector participation.  Are they setting an example for the rest of the region? In the energy space, renewables are priority for some islands, in line with international climate change guidelines, while others are focused on the development of LNG infrastructure. Multilateral organizations and development banks have traditionally played a large role in transactions, but can we expect a more significant role of local financial institutions? These are some of the issues to be explored in the upcoming Caribbean Infrastructure Forum. 

Join us in December to network with local government officials, investors, project developers, international and local lenders and more to explore the project pipeline and associated opportunities for financing. 
 

 

 

 

Who Attended CARIF 2016?

The objective of CARIF is to accelerate the flow of capital to infrastructure projects in the Caribbean. CARIF drew a broad audience, then, of project sponsors and developers, providers of multilateral and private capital – and regional governments and utilities.

 

Contact us 

To register, and for any queries about the event, please contact: Ginny Neill at ginny.neill@euromoneyplc.com

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Nicolas Cano at nicolas.cano@ijglobal.com or David Samuel at david.samuel@ijglobal.com 

For speaking opportunities, please contact: Kerry de Viet at kerry.deviet@euromoneyplc.com