Global demand for new infrastructure over the next 20 years is projected to reach a remarkable USD 24 trillion. However, the right incentives and models need to be put in place to ensure that these projects can find the financing, and that they are economical. What are the priorities in global infrastructure development and what are the most effective public-private financing structures? Which PPP models are proving most effective in generating private sector interest in investments? How can major infrastructure expenditure be managed to assure maximum ‘bang for the buck’?
Gleb Bryansky , Head of Economic Division, Russian News Agency TASS
Amitabh Kant , Managing Director and CEO, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd.
Igor Levitin , Adviser to the President of the Russian Federation
Vadim Mikhaylov , Senior Vice-President, Russian Railways
Dennis Nally , Global Chairman, PwC
Yuri Soloviev , First Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board, JSC VTB Bank