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Andes’ transport and social development infrastructure (Healthcare, Sanitation, Housing): Who is investing and what role are bankers & infrastructure companies playing to finance these projects?

Broadcast on Apr 27, 2021 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Andes 2021 - Virtual Conference

Gold Sponsor

Itau

Gold Sponsor

Fitch Ratings

Gold Sponsor

HSBC

Gold Sponsor

SMBC

Silver Sponsor

Bancolombia

Silver Sponsor

Bracewell

Silver Sponsor

CIBC

Silver Sponsor

Crédit Agricole CIB

Bronze Sponsor

Holland & Knight

Bronze Sponsor

Moody's Investors Service

Supporting Partner

Finance Colombia

Supporting Partner

Peruvian Finance Association (APEF)

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  • Mini-perm funding vs. long tenors: What structures are available to finance transport projects during a pandemic?
  • To what extent are project sponsors and international banks expected to access the capital markets to fund the region’s 4 and 5G programmes?
  • Toll roads versus airport concessions: Where do investors and project sponsors see most potential for investment in 2021/22?
  • Which sanitation projects are coming to fruition this year, and how will they be financed?
  • What criteria do international banks focus on when selecting a social infrastructure project to finance? Where do use of proceeds rank on the scale?
  • Hospital and educational infrastructure: Are they specific sectors which have gained more traction to be financed as a result of COVID-19?
  • Lima Airport expansion: Updates and next steps
Andes

Moderator

David Gonzalez

David Gonzalez

Managing Director & Head of Project & Structured Finance, Latin America

SMBC

David Gonzalez

David Gonzalez

Managing Director & Head of Project & Structured Finance, Latin America at SMBC

David González joined SMBC New York in 2013 to head the infrastructure Latin America practice, covering transportation infrastructure (roads, ports, airports, rail, subways, etc), social infrastructure (schools, hospitals, detention centers, government buildings, etc), and water infrastructure (water treatment, irrigation, desalination, aqueducts, etc), and telecom (fiber optic, cell towers, data centers, etc).

Prior to joining SMBC, David worked as Executive Director for WestLB’ Infrastructure Americas Group in New York and as Vice President for BBVA’s Americas Project Finance Team in New York. Prior to that, David worked at Dexia New York’s Latin America Department and Standard & Poor’s Project Finance Latin America Team.

David has a long working experience in the Americas, where he has advised, structured and/or financed transactions worth over $50 billion (aggregate) in countries such as USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Chile, Panama, Uruguay, Argentina, Bermuda, and Aruba, among other counties.

David holds an MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in New York and a BA from the University of Nuevo Leon in Mexico.

SMBC

David Gonzalez

With over four centuries of history and rooted in the stability of Japan and growth of Asia, SMBC Group reaches out around the world to provide the advice, connections and support that create value. Our customers in Africa and MENA choose SMBC Group because we offer local knowledge and global expertise.

With one of the most extensive domestic and international branch networks of any Japanese bank, SMBC Group uses the strength of its extensive footprint with powerful capabilities in loan and debt capital markets, project and trade finance, and a wide range of other financial services to deliver customer-focused, integrated solutions.

African & MENA customers benefit from SMBC Group's position as a world leader in loan capital markets bookrunning and arranging of loan facilities, including structuring, pricing, advising, executing and distribution of syndicated loans. A specialist debt capital markets team can provide expert advice and execution in core markets for public and private bond issuance, and offer issuers with guidance through the process from structuring, documentation and legal requirements, to execution of relevant funding solutions and investor relations. Particular focus is dedicated to corporate and structured finance and emerging market benchmark transactions for distribution to an international investor audience.

Speakers

Michael Schuett

Michael Schuett

Vice Present and Head of Finance

Fraport

Michael Schuett

Michael Schuett

Vice Present and Head of Finance at Fraport

Fraport

Pablo Arroyave

Pablo Arroyave

Chief Financial Officer

Odinsa

Pablo Arroyave

Pablo Arroyave

Chief Financial Officer at Odinsa

Odinsa

Pablo Arroyave
Tiago Alves Caseiro

Tiago Alves Caseiro

Vice President, New Business Development

Mota-Engil Latin America

Tiago Alves Caseiro

Tiago Alves Caseiro

Vice President, New Business Development at Mota-Engil Latin America

Mota-Engil Latin America