Northeast: Alternatives for financing urban infrastructure
Northeast: Alternatives for financing urban infrastructure
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Northeast: Alternatives for financing urban infrastructure

May 30th
Hotel Vila Galé - Salvador


*This meeting is GRI members only.

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Fábio Abrahão
Fábio
Fábio Abrahão
Infra Partners
Miguel Noronha
Miguel
Miguel Noronha
Managing DirectorBMPI
Managing Director of BMPI and board member at SGA – Sistemas de Gestão Ambiental and BH-IP, first big scale public lighting company in Brazil. Miguel was deputy chairman at Rocha Port Terminals and board member at Cattalini Port Terminals and NovaAgri Logistics Company. He was also managing partner at Angra Infraestrutura and executive of Generation, Transmission and Environment at Eletropaulo Power Company. At Amcham-American Chamber of Commerce São Paulo, he was chairman of Logistics Committee. Miguel holds an MBA at IBMEC and Environmental Management Specialization at USP, as well as a graduate degree in Geology at USP.

OverviewOverview

On May 30th, GRI Club Infra members will gather with representatives of the Climate Bonds Initiative to discuss the alternatives for financing urban infrastructure in the Brazilian Northeast region, especially green bonds, in sectors such as sanitation, solid waste, transportation, and urban mobility.

The club meeting will be held in the Vila Galé Hotel, in Salvador, and, besides the GRI Club community (holdings, concession operators, funds, investment banks, advisors and multilateral bodies),
 
will also gather representatives from the Federal Government, public banks, state governments and major cities throughout the Northeast region.
The main topics to be discussed are:
  • What are the main challenges to assure the attractiveness of a greater diversity of investors, including the international ones?

  • What are the criteria for these sources of financing?

  • What actions by the Federal Government and public banks are necessary to unlock investments in the region?

TimetableTimetable

Thursday, May 30th
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02:30 pm - 03:00 pm - Registration & Welcome Coffee

03:00 pm - 03:15 pm - Climate Bonds Initiative’s intro

03:15 pm - 04:15 pm - Discussion - Mobility & Transportation

04:15 pm - 04:45 pm - Coffee Break

04:45 pm - 05:45 pm - Discussion - Sanitation & Solid Waste

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Moisés Cona
Project Leader
Moisés Cona
Institutional Affairs Director, Infrastructure
GRI Club
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Institutional Affairs Director, InfrastructureGRI Club
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