Event Details

When:

23/01/2018 at 7.30am for 8.00am to 9.15am

Where:

Chartered Accountants House

Cost:

Members: Free of Charge
Non Members: €100

Sponsored By

 
Aviva Investors

Introduction

Constructing value – the case for Infrastructure Debt

Developing infrastructure is one of the great global challenges of the 21st century and investment in infrastructure is critical to maintain economic growth and deliver essential services to the public.  For example, the Irish Government is set to announce a new 10 year capital plan in early 2018, which will set the path to support the economic growth of the country where infrastructure investment will be front and centre.  This provides a significant opportunity for Irish institutional investors to consider investing in infrastructure debt, with the potential to offer long term, stable investments with an attractive risk/return profile.  This session will provide an overview of why we believe infrastructure debt is an increasingly attractive asset class for investors and the scope to source these opportunities across Europe. 
 

 

CPD

This seminar was allocated 1 CPD hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We applied for 1 CPD hour from the LIA and the IOB under category 2. Pensions (LIA Ref: LIA10625_2018) & (IOB Ref: TBC). We also have confirmation of 1 CPD hour from IIPM.

Timetable

7.30am

Registration & Networking Breakafst Buffet

8.00am

Introduction   - Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF

8.05am

Constructing value – the case for Infrastructure Debt

Darryl Murphy, Head of Infrastructure Debt, Aviva Investors

Paul Jayasingha, Global Head of Real Assets Research, Willis Towers Watson

 

Panel Discussion, Audience Q&A  

9.15am

Ends

 

Speakers

Jerry Moriarty
IAPF
Darryl Murphy
Aviva Investors
Paul Jayasingha
Willis Towers Watson

Booking

Non Member: €100.00 per person

IAPF Member: Free of Charge

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