Mexican states and municipalities are increasingly embracing the private sector as they seek to finance their operations and the development of their infrastructure. In addition to the several examples of successful PPS projects and the benchmark Edomex bond issue, only in recent weeks we have seen a MXP2bn ABS issue by Mexico City and a MXP4.3bn securitization of Mexican property titles.
Sub-sovereigns’ access to private finance is however often constrained by operational and financial performance and a lack of information on credit quality. And, though new and effective products and structures exist, the practicalities of implementation at the varied and complex sub-sovereign level are often unfamiliar. Infrastructure and Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit is specifically designed to explore and examine the opportunities and challenges (and solutions) inherent in financing in these markets.
This seminar will again enable public-sector officials, financiers, sponsors, investors, concessionaires, operators and EPCs to engage in up-to-the-minute analysis of the nuances of this rapidly growing & evolving segment, and the financing and investment opportunities it presents.
With a bottom-up agenda of 1-1 Meetings, presentations and practical workshops, state-level government representatives will outline their budget requirements, planned infrastructure projects, how they plan to meet them, and where and how the private sector might be involved. Leading financiers and advisers will explain new structures and financing options including securitization, PPS, and the refinancing of operational infrastructure assets.
Registration is free of charge for Secretaries of Finance and other qualified senior-level government officials. All others are welcome to register with registration fee.
Confirmed speakers include:
> Ivonne Ortega Pacheco, Governor, State of Yucatán
> Ricardo Humberto Suárez López, Secretary of Finance & Treasury, State of
> Nancy Rivera, Director of Structured Finance, Overseas Private Investment
> German Fernandez, Partner, Proyectors Estratégicos Integrales
> Sergio Hinojosa, Principal Advisor, PIAPPEM
> Armando Jarque, Sub-Director of Financial Federal and Municipal Entities,
> Amado de Jesús Athié Rubio, Director of Project Planning, Secretaría de
Comunicaciones y Transportes - México
To view the complete agenda, click here.
Join us in Mérida and:
> Participate in a unique forum for key local government figures to engage with existing and potential partners – financiers, investors and corporate leaders – to discuss mutual goals and shared challenges
> Explore and uncover investment and finance opportunities within Mexico's states and municipalities – hospitals, roads, bridges, public-sector buildings, water and sanitation, ports, airports...
> Define, discuss and debate the nuances of this rapidly growing & evolving market and practical challenges and solutions to getting deals done
> Network with senior state and federal government officials, corporate leaders, investors and bankers.
Admission is at no cost to qualified senior municipal, state and federal government officials but is by invitation only and numbers are strictly limited. Those who qualify for a complimentary invitation should click here.
All others are welcome to attend for a fee and should click here to register.
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