The infrastructure and PPP (Public Private Partnerships) developments in Asia have played an important role in the region’s socio-economic growth in recent decades. Canadian companies have been actively participating in these projects covering a wide range of disciplines such as project management, investment, professional services, equipment and materials, ICT, logistics & supply chain, etc.
Since early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the whole world and the infrastructure sectors and industries are not immune. This webinar will look at the infrastructure and PPP sectors in Asia in the new normal as well as the trends in post-COVID recovery, and the possible opportunities for Canadian companies.
Please join us and our guest thought-leaders to exchange experience and insights, and chart actions for Canadian companies aspiring to expand or start their participation in Asia’s infrastructure and PPP developments.
Webinar Chair: Thomas J. Timmins
Partner, Gowling WLG
Leader, Canadian BnR Network Group
Special Guest: Mark Romoff, President and CEO
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP)
Opening remarks: Emily Mo, Director
Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Toronto)
Patricia Elliott, Consul & Senior Trade Commissioner,
Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong
Panel discussion: Rajat Misra, Director General
Infrastructure Investment Department Region I
South Asia, SE Asia & Pacific
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
Ir Billy Tam, Vice Chairman
Institution of Public Private Partnerships (IPPP) Hong Kong
Joseph Lam, Chair
Intelligent Transportation Systems Society of Canada (ITS Canada)
Brief introduction on an upcoming initiative for Canadian companies:
Andrew Yui, Director, Canada
Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)
Concluding remarks: Joseph Chaung, President
Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Toronto Section
Registrations are complimentary but reservations are required.
Registration link: https://bit.ly/3gSRguz (Note: if you encounter any technical problems of using this registration link and/or if you need more information of this webinar, please do not hesitate to contact Andrew Yui @ firstname.lastname@example.org).
The full version of this announcement with biographies of the Speakers/Panelists can be viewed at this HKCBA Toronto Section web page: https://bit.ly/3bgtOUL OR please contact Andrew Yui for the info at email@example.com.