The 3rd Global Infrastructure Investors Summit (GIIS) is the product of our continuous collaboration with the leading LPs currently investing or considering investment in infrastructure.
With an estimated £36 trillion needed in global infrastructure development by 2020, the infrastructure is viewed as an important element of a diversified investment strategy. Asset performance data, deal flow and deal value, improving the risk/return ratios, infrastructure debt opportunities, solutions for the global project finance market, as well as cost effective fund management strategies will be discussed throughout the day.
Chaired by our knowledge partner – Preqin, GIIS 2015 is uniquely aimed to facilitate the investment process in this dynamic and complex alternative asset class. Organised under the Chatham House Rule, it provides insights for investors through panel discussions and presentations, offering clarity on how and where to commit capital.
GIIS 2015 Attending Institutional Investors:
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan(OTPP) ♦ OMERS ♦ Sun Super ♦ OECD ♦ National Pension Service (NPS) South Korea ♦ Legal & General ♦ CPP Investment Board ♦ Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) ♦ London Pension Fund Authority(LPFA) ♦ West Midlands Pension Fund ♦ European Investment Bank ♦ Allianz Global Investors ♦ Asian Development Bank ♦ Wren House Infrastructure Management ♦ European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) ♦ World Bank Group ♦ State General Reserve Fund of the Sultanate of Oman (SGRF) ♦ Pension Insurance Corporation ♦ La Caisse de Dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) ♦ SAUL Trustee Company ♦ Public Sector Pension Investment Board ♦ MdF Family Partners ♦ AXA Group ♦ MetLife ♦ AGEAS ♦ Nest Pensions ♦ HSH Nordbank AG ♦ Merseyside Pension Fund ♦ OP Trust ♦ VZN Versorgungswerk der Zahnarztekammer ♦ Environment Agency Pension Funds ♦ Casey Family Programmes ♦ Lancashire County Pension Fund ♦ TFI PZU SA ♦ RGA UK ♦ Killeen Group ♦ Nucleos Instituto de Seguridade Social (NISS) ♦ Prudential PMG ♦ Standard Life ♦ Resona Bank (Japan) ♦ CAF Development Bank of Latin America ♦ Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) ♦ CalSTRS ♦ Banesprev Pension Fund (Brazil) ♦ Crescent Enterprises (United Arab Emirates) ♦ Green Investment Bank ♦ CERN Pension Fund and many others