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  • Direct interaction with senior speakers (Q&A facility)
  • Easy connectivity to geographically dispersed delegates (click of a mouse)
  • Concise report offered as a backgrounder
  • Cost effective (lower ticket price as compared to a physical conference)
  • Offers flexibility and convenience
  • Access to conference recording
  • Recap of conference sessions
  • Contributes to sustainability and lower carbon footprint
INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
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For registration process/payment to attend the conference, please contact:

Tania Agarwal,
Email: tania.agarwal@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9711588987

  • There is a 30 per cent “early bird” discount for those registering before July 29, 2021
  • There is a 15 per cent “early bird” discount for those registering before August 10, 2021
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Lead sponsorship

  • Prominent branding and logo promotion (event microsite, banners, e-brochures, social media)
  • Standalone presentation including Q&A (20-minutes)
  • Opportunity to join a relevant panel discussion (10-minutes)
  • Company logo will be displayed on the event website and the registration page
  • Company logo will be displayed in the opening and closing slide
  • Sponsor company mentioned in each promotional mailer
  • Mention in social media posts including a post on the speaker from your company
  • 10-20 complimentary logins
  • Acknowledgement of sponsor in the virtual event opening and closing remarks
  • Email/EDM featuring sponsor information to attendees and database of key contacts
  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views
  • Opportunity to interact virtually with the top officials in the industry


  • Branding and logo promotion (event microsite, banners, e-brochures, social media)
  • Standalone presentation including Q&A (20-minutes) OR opportunity to join a relevant panel discussion
  • 8-10 complimentary logins
  • Email/EDM featuring sponsor logo to attendees and database of key contacts
  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views

For  sponsorship opportunities, contact:
Tania Agarwal,
Email: tania.agarwal@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9711588987

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. It publishes Indian Infrastructure (a magazine devoted to infrastructure policy and finance), as well as Power Line, Renewable Watch and tele.net magazines. The group also produces a series of reports on the finance and infrastructure sectors. It organises almost four dozen conferences in a year. Its recent conferences in finance have included: Acquisitions in Infrastructure, Private Equity in Infrastructure, Real Estate Investment Trusts and Infrastructure Investment Trusts, Infrastructure Finance in India, Bonds Financing, External Commercial Borrowings, Legal Issues in Infrastructure, Public Asset Monetisation. It also publishes a weekly newsletter on Infrastructure Finance


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For delegate registrations and sponsorship opportunities, contact:

Tania Agarwal,
Email: tania.agarwal@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9711588987

Acciona Energy, Actis Advisers, Adani Power, Aditya Birla Finance, Aditya Birla Insurance Brokers, AECOM, Aion Capital, ALMT Legal, Anand Rathi, Anoma Legal Advocate, APIIC, Axis Bank, Axis Private Equity, AZB & Partners, B S R & Co. LLP, Balmer Lawrie, Barclays Capital, Baring Private Equity, BG Shirke, BMR Advisors, BMT Consultants, BMTC, Brescon Corporate Advisors, Campusville, CARE Ratings, CESC, Chennai Metro Rail, Cipher Capital, Clasis Law, CPPIB India, Credit Analysis & Research, Crew Infrastructure, CRISIL, Cube Highways, Dave & Girish, DBM Geotechnics, DBS Bank, DEG Invest, Desai &Dewanji, Dhir&Dhir Associates, DilipBuildcon, DSK Legal, DSP Financial, Duet India, Duff and Phelps, Eagle Infra, Edelweiss ARC, ELP, Emkay Global, Essar Projects, Essel Mining, E&Y, Fortum India, Fox Mandal & Associates, Frischmann Prabhu, GAIL, Gammon, GE Capital, Global Infrastructure Partners, Gokal Group, Goldman Sachs, Green Infra, Gujarat International Finance TEC-City, HCC, Hero Future Energies, Highway Concessions One, Hochtief Concessions, HPCL, HSA Associates, HSBC Securities, IARC, ICICI Bank, ICICI Securties, ICRA, IDBI,IDFC Alternatives, IDFC Infrastructure Finance, IFCI, IIFCL Asset Management Company, IL&FS Energy Development, IL&FS Investment Managers, IL&FS Maritime Infrastructure Company, IL&FS Renewable Energy, IL&FS Transportation Networks, IL&FS Trust, IL&FS Urban Infrastructure Managers, India Infradebt, India Infrastructure Finance Company, India Ratings & Research, India First Life Insurance Company, Indian Oil Tanking, Indian Technocrat, Indigrid, IndusInd Bank, Indvest Group, Infrastructure Advisors, Infrastructure Debt Fund, IRB, IREP Credit Capital, J Sagar & Associates, Jaipur Metro Rail, Jindal Power, JMC Projects, JSW, Karaikal Port, KfW, Khaitan& Co., Konkan Railway Corporation, Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance Company, KPMG, L&T IDPL , L&T Infradebt, L&T Infra Finance, Link Legal, Little & Co, Louis Berger, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices, Marsh, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, McKinsey &Company, MEP Infra, Mumbai Metro One Depot, NABARD, National Investment and Infrastructure Fund, Nomura, NVVNL, Pashchima Projects, PE Consulting, Petronet LNG, PFC, Piramal Capital, Phoenix Legal, Pune Municipal Corporation, PTC India, PWC, Progressive Constructions, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management, RattanIndia Power, Reliance Capital, Religare Capital Markets, RMG Alloy Steel, Roadis, Rolls Royce, Seapol Port, S.P. Singla Constructions, Safire Capital Advisors, Samsung, SBI Bank, SBI Capital Markets, Scomi, Shapoorji, ShardulAmarchandMangaldas& Co., Shree Vaishnav Wire & Rod, ShremInfraventure Pvt, Simplex Infrastructures, SKS Ispat& Power, SocieteGenerale, Standard Chartered, State Grid Corporation Of China, State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Sterlite Ports, Sun Capital, Talwar Associates, Tata Capital Financial Services, Tata Realty, TCE,TD Bank, Toyo Engineering, TRIL Roads, Trilegal, Trust Investment Advisors, UBS, Universal Crescent, UTI Capital, VA Tech Wabag, Vedanta, Vinci Concessions, Visa Steel, Vishwaraj Infrastructure, Wadia Gandhy, Welspun Group, Wipro, YES Bank, ZR Renewable Energy, etc.

  • The road ahead for infrastructure financing in India looks promising despite the macroeconomic headwinds. A number of alternative and long-term funding avenues are being explored in addition to the traditional sources. However, with the second wave of the pandemic significantly impacting the growth prospects in 2021-22, lenders and investors continue to remain cautious.
  • Credit growth to infrastructure showed some improvement in 2020-21, but the operating environment for banks remained challenging. Infrastructure credit grew marginally by 3.6 per cent in 2020-21, primarily driven by the road sector.
  • The bond market saw some positive developments backed by policy changes. In March 2020, the RBI had long-term repo operations (LTRO) and targeted LTRO facilities, under which banks can access three-year funds up to Rs 1 trillion to invest in corporate bonds. A number of corporates and NBFCs including Reliance Industries, the Tata Group, Larsen & Toubro, the Power Finance Corporation and the Indian Railway Finance Corporation were among the big issuers of debt papers in 2020-21.
  • Meanwhile, disinvestment and public asset recycling have emerged as important alternative fundraising routes. The government has approved a policy of strategic disinvestment of public sector enterprises and aims to generate receipts of Rs 1,750 billion from disinvestments in 2021-22. Potential brownfield infrastructure assets including roads, airports, electricity transmission, oil and gas pipelines, and telecom towers have been identified under the National Monetisation Pipeline.
  • Despite a cautious stance, foreign investors continue to assume a prominent role, especially in the road, power, renewable and telecom sectors. Investments in these sectors have come through private equity (PE) funds, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), strategic investors, infrastructure bonds, IDFs, etc. Greenfield and brownfield projects, operational assets, developer firms, supplier businesses, etc. have all attracted investor interest.
  • A lot of this institutional interest has come through InvITs and the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model. While three TOT bundles have been awarded, more than half a dozen InvITs have been launched and many more are in the offing. Road is the most popular sector with three InvITs, followed by one each in power transmission, gas and telecom. The National Highways Authority of India and Power Grid Corporation of India are in the process of listing their assets under InvITs.
  • In 2020-21 PE activity also continued to grow, dominated by investments in Jio Platforms, which constituted around 71 per cent of the total PE investments. Some of the other key deals include Global Infrastructure Partners acquiring 306 MW of solar assets from the RattanIndia Group, Cube Highways acquiring Chenani Nashri Tunnelway Limited, Qatar Investment Authority acquiring Adani Electricity Mumbai, and Orix Corporation acquiring a stake in Greenko Energy Holdings.
  • IPO activity in the infrastructure sector has been driven by the government’s intent to meet its disinvestment target. IRCTC emerged as one of the most sought after IPOs ever among public sector undertaking IPOs, being oversubscribed by nearly 112 times. RailTel’s IPO was subscribed 42 times on the final day of subscription.
  • Among multilateral development banks, new generation banks such as Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the New Development Bank (NDB) have built up a sizeable infrastructure investment portfolio in the past few years.
  • Going forward, new and alternate funding sources have to be developed and tapped to meet the massive infrastructure requirements of Rs 111 trillion under the National Infrastructure Pipeline. The creation of a development finance institution (DFI) with a capital base of Rs 200 billion will facilitate long-term funding to infrastructure projects. That said, the economic fallout of the pandemic will have a lingering effect on the financial system in the current fiscal. The disruptions caused by the pandemic will lead to a slow recovery in investor confidence, and will also increase the need for debt restructuring and refinancing.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the current stance of investors and financiers in light of the pandemic, identify the potential funding sources to tap long-term financing for projects, and assess the short-term and long-term outlook for infrastructure financing in India.


  • What have been the key financing trends in the past 12-15 months?
  • How has the infrastructure financing landscape evolved in light of the pandemic?
  • What is the overall investment outlook?


  • What has been the experience so far with asset monetisation? What has been the impact of Covid-19?
  • Which are the sectors that offer the maximum investment opportunity under the National Monetisation Pipeline?
  • What are the potential modes (InvITs, TOT, etc.) for the monetisation of strategic assets?


  • What has been the experience so far?
  • What is the investors’ stance on disinvestment?
  • What are the issues and challenges? What are the key opportunity areas?


  • What is the lenders’ stance towards infrastructure in the current scenario?
  • Has the credit deployment to infrastructure improved in 2020-21 as compared to 2019-20?
  • How are the lenders dealing with challenges such as low borrowing capacity of businesses and high possibility of defaults?
  • What is the level of provisioning expected by lenders for NPAs in the current fiscal?
  • What are the expectations of lenders from policymakers to revive credit growth?


  • What is the current scenario with regard to stressed infrastructure assets?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on stressed assets?
  • What has been the resolution experience under the IBC and non-NCLT route in the past few months?
  • What are the issues and challenges being faced currently?


  • What has been the experience so far? What are the key concerns?
  • What regulatory and legislative changes can be made to address them?
  • What steps can be taken to improve access to bank credit facilities and channelise long-term capital from pension funds and insurance companies?


  • What has been the experience of strategic investors?
  • What types of investment opportunities are available? Which sectors offer the most appeal?
  • What are the risks and challenges? What are the historical and expected returns?
  • What is the outlook for investment in the infrastructure sectors?

NBFCs and DFIs

  • What has been the experience of NBFCs in infrastructure financing?
  • What will be the impact of the proposed DFI on infrastructure financing?
  • What are the key challenges and the future role of NBFCs?


  • What is the current stance of long-term institutional investors on Indian infrastructure? What has been their overall experience in the past 8-12 months?
  • What are the types of investment opportunities available? Which sectors offer the most appeal?
  • What are the biggest challenges at present? What have been the key lessons learnt?
  • What are the historical and expected returns?
  • What is the outlook for investing in infrastructure over the next two to three years?


  • What is the current stance of private equity investors on Indian infrastructure? What has been their overall experience in the past 8-12 months?
  • Which are the preferred routes being considered for acquiring assets?
  • What are the new sectors/segments that investors are exploring in the current scenario?
  • What are the biggest challenges being faced by investors?


  • What is the role of bond financing in meeting the investment needs?
  • What are the regulatory improvements needed to diversify the investor base?
  • What are the steps needed for credit enhancement?
  • What is the potential for masala bonds and green bonds?


  • What is the current role of IDFs in providing long-term credit?
  • What are the regulatory changes required to enhance the role of IDFs in infrastructure financing?
  • What is the future potential?


  • What has been the experience of multilateral development agencies (ADB, NDB, AIIB, etc.) in financing India’s infrastructure?
  • What are the preferred routes for funding? What are some of the big-ticket deals/investments?
  • What are the risks and returns?
  • What role are they expecting to play in the future?


  • What will be impact of Covid-19 on debt restructuring and refinancing? What has been the lenders’ response to this?
  • What are the refinancing and restructuring measures being explored by lenders?
  • What are the risks and challenges?

The conference is a must-attend event for all infrastructure developers seeking financing as well as for financiers seeking projects for funding. The conference is targeted at:

  • Infrastructure developers
  • Infrastructure finance groups in commercial banks
  • Private equity firms
  • Infrastructure fund managers
  • Institutional investors
  • Bilateral and multilateral agencies
  • Development agencies
  • State financial corporations
  • Insurance firms
  • Credit rating firms
  • Sector consultants
  • Legal firms
  • Infrastructure project contractors
  • Technology & equipment providers
  • Sectoral advisory firms
  • Financial institutions
  • Financial advisory firms
  • Asset reconstruction companies
  • NBFCs
  • Sectoral advisory firms

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Event Schedule Details

  • August 26, 2021 (Thursday) - August 27, 2021 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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