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From market-maker to market facilitator: How is the infrastructure funding gap left by BNDES going to be filled?

Broadcast on Jun 22, 2021 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Brazil 2021 - Virtual Conference

Gold Sponsor

Fitch Ratings

Gold Sponsor

HSBC

Gold Sponsor

SMBC

Silver Sponsor

Crédit Agricole CIB

Silver Sponsor

Proskauer

Bronze Sponsor

Moody's Investors Service

Bronze Sponsor

S&P Global Ratings

Supporting Partner

Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce

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  • What are the opportunities for the debenture and local bank markets to finance larger scale infrastructure projects now that BNDES’ has lowered its funding target?
  • Driving public and private investment to finance infrastructure projects: Which players are taking advantage of the market opening up?
  • Which DFIs are stepping up to finance this gap? How does their price of funding and tenor compare to other market players?
  • Where does digital infrastructure fit into the bigger picture? Who are the key players financing this nascent market?
  • Debentures, FIDCs, local bank and DFIs: Which financing combinations are favoured by banks and investors?
  • International vs. local market, USD vs. BRL, bonds vs. loans: Where do banks and project sponsors see most appetite for infrastructure investment in 2022?
Brazil

Moderator

Antonio Piccirillo

Antonio Piccirillo

Antonio Piccirillo

Partner at Proskauer

Proskauer

Antonio Piccirillo

Speakers

Bernardo Costa

Bernardo Costa

Vice President, Senior Analyst, Project Finance and Infrastructure Group

Moody's Investors Service

Bernardo Costa

Bernardo Costa

Vice President, Senior Analyst, Project Finance and Infrastructure Group at Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Bernardo Costa

Moody's Investors Service is a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis. Moody's commitment and expertise contributes to transparent and integrated financial markets, and the firm's ratings and analysis track debt covering approximately 130 sovereign nations, 11,000 corporate issuers, 21,000 public finance issuers, and 76,000 structured finance obligations.

Guilherme Alice

Guilherme Alice

Head of Specialised Finance

SMBC

Guilherme Alice

Guilherme Alice

Head of Specialised Finance at SMBC

SMBC

Guilherme Alice

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) is one of the largest commercial banks in Japan. With offices in 40 countries and regions including the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Oceania, SMBC has an extensive global network and growing international presence. SMBC and its group companies offer a broad range of financial services, including deposit taking, lending, securities brokering and trading, securities investment, money transfer, foreign currency exchange, corporate bond trustee services and custody services, financial futures underwriting, investment trust sales and other commercial banking activities.

Victor Muñoz

Victor Muñoz

Operating Partner Latin America

Denham Capital

Victor Muñoz

Victor Muñoz

Operating Partner Latin America at Denham Capital

Denham Capital

Nathalia Farias Saad

Nathalia Farias Saad

Head: Sanitation, Transport and Logistics, Department of Infrastructure and Road Concessions

BNDES

Nathalia Farias Saad

Nathalia Farias Saad

Head: Sanitation, Transport and Logistics, Department of Infrastructure and Road Concessions at BNDES

- Manager at the Infrastructure and Road concession department within the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)

- Currently managing a portfolio of toll roads projects

- 9 years experience in financing infrastructure projects, including toll roads, airports and sanitation.

- Prior to BNDES, I worked in the private sector, mainly for consumer goods companies.

BNDES

Renata Norato

Renata Norato

Senior Investment Officer, Infrastructure

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Renata Norato

Renata Norato

Senior Investment Officer, Infrastructure at International Finance Corporation (IFC)

International Finance Corporation (IFC)