There is a $2trillion annual gap of unfunded infrastructure projects globally. This gap is expected to grow despite the trillions of institutional and professional funds seeking direct investment into infrastructure.
Estates and Infrastructure Exchange has been established to address this gap, providing both a Primary Market for new issuances and a Secondary Market to create liquidity and help refinance standing assets. EIX is the first Exchange to focus exclusively on Estates and Infrastructure as an asset class and aims to revolutionise the sector globally using Data from the industry to improve transparency and risk analysis.
Chairman: James Pitcher, Director of the FS Club
Speaker: Multi-lingual entrepreneur Mark Worrall began his career at Thomson Reuters, holding a number of senior management roles before moving to Algorithmics, specialising in enterprise risk, as director responsible for European expansion. Mark founded Expand Consulting, providing intelligence, business development and decision support services globally, acquired by Boston Consulting Group. He was also MD of Route Group, a wealth club, and in 2008 he founded Propel Capital Partners, which raised funds for corporates and projects.
Panellist: Robert ("Bob") McDowall was an elected member of the States of Alderney, one of the Channel Islands within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, where he serves as Chairman of the Finance Committee and Deputy Chairman of the Policy Committee. Outside politics, Robert is an adviser to a number of businesses. Robert is a frequent contributor to industry thought and comment in the international, national and the financial industry press on financial markets. Robert has over 35 years experience in the Banking and Securities and Investment business, with companies including Merrill Lynch, Pru-Bache and Singer and Friedlander.
Panellist: Peter Jarman is an industry leading construction professional with over 25 years’ experience, most recently as Superintendent on Crossrail at Paddington station. He previously pioneered efficiency and health and safety whilst overseeing the modernisation of eleven tube stations for London Underground. A fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), admitted for his innovative work and application of new methods, Peter is also an Associate Member of Institution of Civil Engineers.Using his unique knowledge and insight of the construction industry along with his passion for data and analytics makes him the ideal person to lead the charge on digital transformation in infrastructure.
The overall programme for this event is:
Registration And Drinks
Speaker presentation And Q & A
Canapés, Drinks And Networking
Wednesday, 16 October 2019
18:00 - 20:45
The Worshipful Company of Pewterers, Pewterers' Hall
Oat Lane, London EC2V 7DE