Financing NSW Transport Infrastructure

Financing NSW Transport Infrastructure

NSW
Mar 31
CEDA will launch the 2015 Transport Infrastructure Series with an in-depth look at how the government and delivery authorities are financing the Build NSW initiatives and what can be expected to ensure a stronger development pipeline to meet future requirements.

Speakers

Jim Betts, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure NSW
Amy Brown, Director, Infrastructure and Structured Finance Unit, NSW Treasury
Peter Regan, Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Motorway Corporation

Event overview

In the 2014 State Budget, NSW Treasurer Andrew Constance outlined a massive capital investment for the continued improvement of New South Wales' transport infrastructure, bringing a renewed focus on the long-term development of a modern urban transport network.

CEDA launches its 2015 NSW Transport series with an in-depth look at how the government and the delivery authorities are financing the Build NSW initiatives and what we can expect in terms of recycling existing assets to ensure a stronger development pipeline able to meet the requirements of future transport.

This event will examine:

  • Planning a stronger development pipeline for future transport infrastructure demands;
  • Capital and investment raising for transport infrastructure; and
  • Using asset recycling to further finance NSW transport growth and development.

Meet the speakers

Jim Betts
Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure NSW

Amy Brown
Director, Infrastructure and Structured Finance Unit, NSW Treasury

Peter Regan
Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Motorway Corporation

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