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AAIC is on next week – book your place now.

Despite the global slow-down in the natural resources market, the Africa infrastructure sector remains resilient and has turned a new page. Both Federal and State Governments in various African countries are investing more in infrastructure projects in partnership with both indigenous and foreign investors. The private sector is fully engaged in Africa infrastructure transformation through cutting-edge innovations, acquisitions, privatisation, concessions and PPPs projects among others. The prospects for infrastructure business opportunities in Africa cannot be over emphasized; indeed, this is just the start of the story.

Here are some Australian case studies and practical presentations that will feature @ AAIC 2015:

Keynote: Africa Infrastructure Investment Climate: Professor Colin Roberts, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, Australia

Improving Efficiency in Freight Rail: Michael Kilgariff, Managing Director, Australian Logistics Council

Urban Growth in Africa and the Imperative for Transformed Infrastructure: Professor John McKay, Partner, Analysis International, Australia

Developing Contracting Industry through PPPs: Eric Kalmbach, Area Manager, Cardno, Australia

Ensuring Your Asset Management Model Delivers On its Desired Outcomes: Mark Jordan, Manager Asset Management, Leighton Construction Limited, Australia

A Financier’s Perspective of Toll Road Analysis: Rickard Wärnelid, Group CEO, Corality Financial Group, Australia

Key Drivers for Assessing a Road Project from a Rating Perspective: James Hoskins, Director, Corporate & Infrastructure Ratings, STANDARD & POOR’S RATINGS SERVICES, Australia

African Energy Sector potential – Comparison with the Australian Power Sectors: Roy Adair, Chairman and Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Services Pty Ltd, Australia

Financing and Delivering Transport Infrastructure Projects: Phil McKeiver, Partner, Gilbert & Tobin (Africa)

To download AAIC 2015 draft program, click here

Join us at the 3rd Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2015 in Melbourne and network with investors and decision-makers from Africa and Australia. Get detailed updates on Africa’s economic prospects and regions with the best prospect for your infrastructure business.

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