Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney
4th June, 2018 - 5th June, 2018
61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
The Summit is Australia’s premier forum for government, contractors, analysts, and academics to hear Ministerial announcements, debate the outlook for urban regeneration and understand what shifting federal priorities mean for the project pipeline.
The Hub's Morag Baird was on the panel discussing A global outlook for Infrastructure investment.
"It was my pleasure to represent the Global Infrastructure Hub in a panel discussion on the global outlook for infrastructure investment at the Australian Financial Review, Infrastructure Summit in Sydney on 4 June 2018, along with other panellists from Brisbane Airport, Ausgrid & Citi Group, Moody’s, Norton Rose Fulbright and the Macquarie Group. The discussion revolved around growth markets such as highlighted in the annual Global Infrastructure Hub/EDHECinfra investor survey and the role of some of the largest economies such as the USA and China in addressing the global infrastructure gap."
Topics covered by the Panel were:
- Where are the growth markets, and what finance models are we seeing?
- What’s the current appetite for risk
- The role and effectiveness of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
- Will the ‘one belt, one road’ initiative bridge the Asian infrastructure gap and how can Australian firms benefit?
- Assessing a US led alternative to the New Silk Road
- Australia’s readiness to capitalize on Trump’s $1.5 trillion Infrastructure plan