This November, Bloomberg Nation Builders Asia will convene influential ministers, mayors, investors, and builders across Asia for a one-day look at how investing in infrastructure can help nations meet sustainable development goals, secure higher GDP, and improve citizen well-being. Attendees will walk away with new insight into the innovations that promise to bring more infrastructure investments into play.
November 2 - Wednesday
Registration Opens & Continental Breakfast
CEO, ASEAN & South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
A Golden Age for National Development, or Wasted Opportunity?
With brand new MDBs, cash injections for established banks, and China’s ‘one belt, one road’ framework, we are set for a golden age of infrastructure. We identify how to secure sustainable development, improve citizen well-being and maximize investment returns.
We quiz one of Asia’s most influential in smart infrastructure…
Chief Executive, Infocommunications Media Development Authority
Urbanization Powering Growth: Is Infrastructure the Key?
We debate whether overweighting urban infrastructure projects will unlock faster economic growth, and identify the urban projects that power the biggest jumps in GDP and citizen well-being.
Deep Pockets Needed- Making It Easier for Institutional Investors
From increasing transparency, predictability and incentives, we identify how to attract more institutional investors to infrastructure projects, and identify how governments can help plug funding gaps.
Private Supporting Public- Nurturing the Infrastructure Market
How can the private sector help Governments facilitate sustainable and resilient national development?
GDP Growth vs. the Environment?- Infrastructure & Climate Change
Can nations activate all infrastructure projects, promote urbanization and protect the environment? We identify the best ways to reduce the per-capita environmental impact of building cities and infrastructure.
$ Trillions Needed, Only $Billions Spent- Is Infrastructure Too Risky?
We take a closer look at project risk mitigation to identify the cause of the funding gap, and uncover how to increase project appeal by correctly ascribing risk to all stakeholders.
We quiz one of Asia’s most influential in national development…
Minister of National Development Planning, Indonesia
More Tech, More Problems? Technology Disruption & Infrastructure
We debate whether new technology will empower the industry to bring more projects online, or will risk and cost rise exponentially?