A number of presentations focused on the need to enhance the understanding of the region’s key decision-makers on the linkages between urban resource management and resilient cities, explore the opportunities and map out the actions that should be taken at the city level to synergise growth towards sustainable urban development and climate resilience.
These are the presentations that were delivered during the second day of Financing Sources for Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) which took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 24-25 November 2015.
5. Mobilizing Resources from Institutional Investors
a) Infrastructure Debt Securities: the Case of Sukuk in Malaysia
b) Regional initiatives: the ASEAN Infrastructure Fund
c) Obstacles and solution to project bond funding in South-East Asia
These are the presentations that were delivered during the first day of Financing Sources for Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) which took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 24-25 November 2015.
1. Taking Stock of Private Finance of Infrastructure in South-East Asian Countries
a) Infrastructure needs and private financing in South-East Asia
b) Leveraging Private Finance through Development Banks: the example of the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF)
c) Reaching Financial Close for PPP projects: Challenges and Solutions