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Event Overview

“The leading conference covering the project finance market in Mexico"

Ralph Scholtz, Managing Director, MUFG

 

What a year it is set to be for Mexico and its economy! With the election of a new Mexican president scheduled for the summer of 2018 and the recent political change at the top in the US, discussing the investment climate in Mexico has never been more important.

The 13th Annual Mexican Energy & Infrastructure Finance Forum will offer the best setting to discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead in this macroeconomic environment. Discussions will explore how President Peña Nieto’s energy reforms have changed the long-term future for the Mexico market, and assess how successful the reforms have been in attracting foreign investment. As well as this, we will focus on the financing of infrastructure projects, examine public/private cooperation, and how this is forecasted to develop into the future.

We look forward to see you in Mexico City in June 2017!

 

 

 

 

Key 2017 themes include:

  • Breakfast briefing: With NAFTA set for renegotiation, how can the
    Mexican energy and infrastructure sectors prepare?
  • Neighbouring competition: How does Mexico compare with the rest of
    Latin America in the renewable energy market?
  • Innovating the grid in Mexico: How can energy transmission
    infrastructure be developed?

 

Key 2017 speakers include:

  • Adrian Katzew, Chief Executive Officer, Zuma Energia
  • Carlos Barrera, Vice President & Managing Director, SunEdison
  • David Phillips, Managing Director, Global Head of Resources & Energy, Global Research, HSBC
  • Dorian Calderon, Head of LatAm Project Finance, Mizuho
  • Jesús Serrano Landeros, Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)
  • Dr. David Madero, Director General, CENAGAS

 

New for 2017:

Tequila Developer Roundtables

This is your chance to meet and greet through face to face sessions in smaller groups with leading experts in energy and infrastructure sectors. All of these conversations will be accompanied by local tequila.

Breakfast Briefing

Join us for breakfast to discuss NAFTA and how Mexico can ensure prosperity during time of uncertainty.

 

Last year's conference:

Last year featured over 165 attendees from 70+ companies, offering delegates unparalleled networking opportunities with top financiers and developers in the energy & infrastructure industry. 

 

Hear from last year's attendees:

"Top of the line speakers fully aware of the Mexican market. It has certainly been a very round experience" Hector Torres, General Counsel and Compliance Officer, AES Mexico

"Very productive information to define strategies and actions" Arturo Fernandez, Coordinador Divisional SB, Banamex

"First class speakers talking about the most important relevant topics of the moment" Alejandro Violante, Senior Advisor, USRG

"A great event that brings together the main players in the Mexican energy and infrastructure space" Michael Morcom, Director, Citibank

 

 

Contact us 

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