Infralogic Investors Forum Australia 2024

Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney and Online

05 Mar

Asia spotlight: Coming of age

Across Asia Pacific, the need for substantial infrastructure development has become increasingly urgent with factors such as urbanisation, population growth, and economic development driving the demand. There is also a growing appetite among investors and lenders and India, in particular, as well as Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia, is benefiting with certain sectors and markets viewed as highly viable options for diversification and long-term growth. In this session, a panel of Asia investment experts will share their strategies, hotspots, and experiences in navigating the complexities of operating across Asia.

  • Which markets in the region present the biggest potential for growth amidst the changing economic, social, and investment landscapes?
  • How can investors navigate the requirements of governments throughout the region?
  • With India clearly an investment target, which sectors are attractive and what are the risks?
  • What strategies are GPs looking into: greenfield vs brownfield investments, open-ended vs closed-ended funds?
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  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
    Robin Ganguly Global Executive Editor INFRALOGIC Bio
    Nick Kuys Managing Director, Private Infrastructure Asset Management PARTNERS GROUP Bio
    Hans-Martin Aerts Managing Director and Head of Infrastructure & Natural Resources, Asia Pacific APG ASSET MANAGEMENT Bio
    Jan Brand Managing Director, Infrastructure & Natural Resources OTPP Bio
    Karthikeyan M Partner – Investments NATIONAL INVESTMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE FUND Bio