Attracting Third Party Investment into the UK Rail Sector

Attracting Third Party Investment into the UK Rail Sector

Start Date: 30/01/2019 (08:45)

End Date: 30/01/2019 (17:10)

Where: Dentons, London

Event Code: 369RWP (10% Discount)

 

Description:

With an infrastructure funding gap in the UK, what role can private investment play to ensure rail projects can be successfully delivered? As Network Rail have recently published a pipeline of investment opportunities and the Department for Transport is exploring market-led proposals, this event will explore how the industry is moving forward and what the opportunities for third party investment are. This focused event will bring together the sector to explore how to make private investment in rail a reality, attend to review the opportunities for future investment and consider the models and structures that can be used.

Speakers:

  • Harriet Hepburn Corporate Finance and Business Development Director Network Rail
  • Mark Worrall Chief Executive Estates and Infrastructure Exchange
  • Geoff Smith Partner First Class Partnership
  • Stephen Dadswell Head of Corporate Finance (Project Finance) Transport for London
  • Kate Warner Director, Sponsorship and Business Development – Anglia Network Rail
  • Asad Khair Director KPMG
  • Daniel Hanson Director NERA Economic Consulting
  • Graham Cross Chief Executive Heathrow Southern Railway
  • Speaker from East West Rail

More to follow…

Highlights of attending:

  • Explore potential projects and opportunities for private investment in the UK rail sector
  • Understand the potential models that can be used to secure private investment and how a deal can be structured
  • Contribute to the discussion on how the industry can successfully deliver public-private partnerships
  • Consider the potential barriers to investment and how these can be overcome
  • Examine the lessons that can be learnt from private investment in rail internationally and how these can be applied in the UK

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