Global infrastructure trends in a post-COVID world
Since the start of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many traditional infrastructure projects, and caused companies to re-evaluate their supply chains and investment options.

What can the data tell us about the future of infrastructure projects, and where do the opportunities lie beyond 2020?

In this webinar, we discussed:

  • Fund raising since the start of the pandemic – what does the debt and equity data tell us?
  • How COVID-19 has impacted existing global infrastructure projects
  • Has the pandemic created heightened demand for Green projects?
  • Are digital infrastructure, broadband and telecommunications the sectors to watch post COVID?
Event info
Time:  1 hour
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5 Mins - Introduction
  • Rod Morrison, Editor, Project Finance International, Refinitiv
5 Mins - Presentation: Fundraising since the start of the pandemic
  • Carina Causon-Israel, Contributor Relations Manager - Debt & Project Finance, Refinitiv
50 Mins - Panel Discussion
  • James Cameron, Global Head Power, Utilities and Infrastructure and Cleantech, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Mike Collins, Head of Infrastructure - APAC, Department for International Trade
  • Mark Rathbone Partner, Asia Pacific Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader PwC Singapore
  • Andrew Kinloch, Managing Director, Logie Group Limited
  • Moderator: Rod Morrison, Editor, Project Finance International, Refinitiv


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Global Head Power, Utilities and Infrastructure and Cleantech and ASA of Commercial Real Estate
Standard Chartered Bank

Head of Infrastructure - APAC
Department for International Trade (DIT)

Mike Collins is Head-of-Infrastructure for the DIT – an experienced international sales and strategy professional, with a particular focus on construction in emerging markets, having spent the past 12-years on a variety of international assignments, with a deep knowledge of infrastructure projects gained from working in collaboration with the supply chain on projects in Kenya, Tanzania, Russia and the UK.

Mike is passionate about helping companies penetrate new segments and markets by pioneering new approaches to traditional sales and distribution models including new platforms and techniques in international sales, with a focus on channel development in emerging markets.

Partner, Asia Pacific Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader
PwC Singapore

Mark Rathbone is PwC’s Asia Pacific Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader, and will provide senior leadership for the South East Asia Infrastructure core team. He leads the CP&I team in Singapore and has 20 years' experience advising on a range of transactions across the infrastructure project finance and PPP market, including transactions for projects in the social infrastructure, health, land development, energy, defence, and transport sectors.

Mark has been integral to the development of project commercial structures, including deriving tariff mechanisms, risk allocation and related funding solutions for large infrastructure transactions in the region, while also leading the negotiation and implementation of PPP, joint venture and concession type contracts.

Managing Director
Logie Group Limited

Andrew has been Lead Arranging and advising on infrastructure finance for 20+ years.

In 2003, he set up in business as Logie Group to advise across the whole investment cycle namely:
  • governments and public sector on policy e.g. the MOF in Indonesia; and on financing a new state capital city in India;
  • institutional investors on strategy;
  • transaction preparation and advisory; and
  • acting as an expert witness in arbitrations such as the $600 million Manila airport terminal 3; a $125 million power plant in Cambodia; and a gold mine in one of the ’Stans.

Andrew worked originally with KPMG then PWC in London, Hong Kong and Sydney; then Westpac’s investment bank in Australia and Mizuho then UBS in London before returning to Asia in 1998 as Head of Global Structured Finance, Asia Pacific for WestLB when it was a top five Lead Arranger of project finance globally.

Editor, Project Finance International

Rod joined Project Finance International (PFI) in 1993 and since has become a leading industry expert on the sector. Rod previously reported on the construction industry and before that, property, insurance, personal finance, and the pension fund sector.

At PFI, Rod has turned the newsletter into a comprehensive information provider which encompasses daily news stories, the bi-weekly magazine and the authoritative monthly supplements and Yearbooks. The online PFIe product marries data and editorial and the recent re-launch incorporates various multimedia features.

Rod hosts the successful PFI Annual Awards Dinner in London which attracts over 800 industry professionals. Rod is regularly quoted in other media outlets.

Rod has edited a range of successful management reports on the project finance sector and has chaired numerous conferences around the world on the subject.

Contributor Relations Manager - Debt & Project Finance