Fin­an­cing Pub­lic In­fra­struc­ture: Caril­lion as a Cata­lyst for Change (Lon­don)

London, United Kingdom

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15 January 2019, 08:30 - 12:30

Join us as our guest at the CMS Risk, Resilience and Reputation conference: Financing Public Infrastructure: Carillion as a Catalyst for Change.

On the anniversary of Carillion’s liquidation, our conference will focus on the risks and opportunities for the future of private finance funding public infrastructure, the lessons learned from Carillion and the steps that the private sector could take to re-engage public sector support.

We have a fantastic group of speakers joining us. We will consider some of the issues that have challenged the PFI market over recent years and, in that context, share thoughts on potential new models for financing public infrastructure.
We are particularly delighted to welcome our keynote speaker, Aidan Kehoe, Chief Executive of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital Trust, to share his thoughts on the sector and the Royal Liverpool University Hospital project.
Other speakers include:

Louise Inward: GC, Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC)
Paul Davies: The Infrastructure Forum
Charles McLeod MBE: Equity and Turnaround Director, Projects
Stephen Hockaday: Director Business Development, Laing O'Rourke
Sara Humber: MIM Programme Director, Welsh Government
Chris Ruell: Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting
Richard Hazzard: Director, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company
We will also have a presentation on the future of financing public infrastructure.

The conference will be held in our London offices on 15 January 2019.

This is one of our Risk, Resilience and Reputation series of events. Advising on current and future risk, building resilience in difficult situations and protecting reputation.

A full conference programme and list of speakers will be issued in October.

Agenda

08:30 - Registration and breakfast

09:00 – Welcome

09.10 – Carillion and PFI: Failure of a Model?

09.55 – Paul Davies presents the Future of Financing Public Infrastructure

10.15 – The case for and against private finance for public infrastructure

10:25 - Coffee break

10:55 - The Private Community: the future of Private Finance for Public Infrastructure

11.50 – Keynote address: Aidan Kehoe: View from the public sector

12:30 - Close