S&P hosts its annual infrastructure finance conference

This week, Standard and Poor’s hosted its annual infrastructure finance event at Drapers Hall, City of London, launching a new report on the “multiplier effect” of investment in infrastructure, in which it predicts that the UK’s current infrastructure investment deficit is at least £60 billion. The event hosted key S&P speakers such as Michael Wilkins, Managing Director, Infrastructure Finance Ratings, Aurelie Hariton-Fardad, Director, Infrastructure Finance Ratings, Jean Michel Six, Managing Director & Chief Economist for EMEA and Mark Davidson, Director, Utilities, Infrastructure Finance Ratings, as well as notable guest speakers such as Dr. John Llewellyn, Partner, Llewellyn Consulting, Angela Knight CBE, CEO, Energy UK and David Black, Director of Economics, from Ofwat.

As a result of Moorgate outreach, the event, and the findings of the report, were covered by IJGlobal, Infrastructure Investor, InfraNews, PPP Bulletin, Global Investor, FTSE Global Markets, gtnews, Construction Enquirer, Private Equity Wire and IPE Real Estate.

In addition, please click here to view the short animation produced by S&P to illustrate the “multiplier effect”.

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