Two virtual conferences on 11th Edition INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE IN INDIA & 3rd Edition CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INFRASTRUCTURE

Organisers:      

-- Select No. of Delegates --

Ticket Type:

99 Left
Ticket Qty: Per Ticket Price: $0
Quantity: Total

No Ticket Selected!

https://indiainfrastructure.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Conference-Infrastructure-Finanace-and-Corporate-Bonds2020-2.pdf
1

Delegate benefits (Virtual Conference)

  • 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
For both the conferences
INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
1 Login 9,000 1,620 10,620 150
2 – 3 Login 15,000 2,700 17,700 250
4 – 5 Login 21,000 3,780 24,780 350
6 – 9 Login 27,000 4,860 31,860 450
10 – 20 Login 33,000 5,940 38,940 550

 

For any one conference (INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE or CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INDIA)
INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
1 Login 6,000 1,080 7,080 100
2 – 3 Login 12,000 2,160 14,160 200
4 – 5 Login 18,000 3,240 21,240 300
6 – 9 Login 24,000 4,320 28,320 400
10 – 20 Login 30,000 5,400 35,400 500

 

For registration process/payment  to attend any one conference, please contact:

Raymol Reji,
Email: reji.raymol@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-8076218925, 9582232031

 

  • There is a 25 per cent discount before August 18, 2020
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Benefits of sponsorship (Virtual Conference)

  • E-Meet influencers and decision-makers
  • Reach out to and engage with new or active prospects
  • Generate high quality sales leads
  • Increase brand recognition
  • Target a captive and engaged audience
  • Drive website traffic through social media promotions
  • Position your company as the thought-leader in your industry

 

For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:
Raymol Reji,
Email: reji.raymol@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-8076218925, 9582232031

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
Organisers:      

For registration and sponsorship opportunities contact:
Raymol Reji

Email:  raymol@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-8076218925, 9582232031

INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

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, Dilip Buildcon, 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, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Shree Vaishnav Wire & Rod, Shrem Infraventure Pvt, Simplex Infrastructures, SKS Ispat & Power, Societe Generale, 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.

CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INFRASTRUCTURE

A.R. Maheshwari & Co, ACME Solar Holdings, Adani Transmission, Afcons Infrastructure, AGI Glaspac, Almus Risk Consulting, Axis Bank, AZB & Partners, Bangalore International Airport, BPCL, CARE Ratings, Chartered Finance Management, Credit Analysis & Research, CRISIL Ratings, Dave & Girish & Co, Desai & Diwanji, Dhir & Dhir Associates, E&Y, Empronc Solution, EQUIS, EXIM Bank, Federal Bank, Fermenta Biotech, GRUH Finance, GSPCL, Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals, HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company, Hero Future Energies, Hindustan Aeronautics, Home First Finance Company, Housing Development Finance Corporation, HPCL, ICICI Bank, ICRA, IDBI Bank, IDFC Bank, IFCI, IL&FS Energy Development Company, IL&FS Financial Services, IL&FS Transportation Networks, Indian Railway Finance Corporation, J. Sagar Associates, Jakson Group, Jakson Power Solutions, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Karvy Finance, KFW IPEX-Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, KPMG, Krishnamurthy & Co, L&T Hyderabad Metro, Link Legal India Law Services, Mecklai Financial Services, Metro One Operations, Mizuho Bank, Mumbai Metro One, NALCO, National Steel & Agro Industries, NeoGrowth Credit , NTPC, ONGC Tripura Power Company, ONGC Videsh, Orange Renewable, Packaging Solutions, Paschim Hydro Energy, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority, PTC India Financial Services, QuantArt Market Solutions, Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers, REC, RSPL, S&R Associates, SBI Caps, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, SMS Infrastructure, Solar Arise, SPA Capital Advisors, SREI Equipment Finance, Standard Chartered Bank, State Bank of India, Sterlite Power Transmission, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Sun Capital Advisory Services, Tata Steel, Teri University, The Tata Power Company, TT&A, Unified Vision Capital, Vardhman Polytex, Vedanta, Vistra ITCL, VSL Growth Capital, Waaree Energies, Walter Advisors, Welspun Energy, YES Bank, etc.

INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

  • The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly dampened the prospects for infrastructure The uncertainty surrounding relief packages, growth in infrastructure capex, concerns about inordinate delays and strained project viability have turned investors and lenders cautious.
  • The extension of moratoria, provision of credit for relief measures, have left banks with limited headroom for fresh lending towards infrastructure. However, even before Covid-19 led to disruptions, the credit flow of banks had started exhibiting a downward trend. During 2019-20, the credit flow witnessed a marginal decrease of 0.2 per cent as against 19 per cent growth in 2018-19.
  • With regard to non-banking financial companies (NBFCs), a range of supportive measures have been announced in the past few months to clean their books to some These include portfolio buyout by banks and relaxation in priority sector lending norms. Furthermore, the pandemic has impacted the borrowers’ repayment capabilities and in turn the liquidity profiles of NBFCs.
  • Private equity investments have been on a high growth In 2019-20, an investment of around Rs 700 billion in infrastructure was routed through PE firms and VCs. This year, activity was driven by a spate of PE funding in Jio Platforms. Barring the Jio Platforms deal, the PE/VC environment was tepid in the ongoing fiscal. Only the renewables and logistics sectors were able to find favour among VCs.
  • Global investors, including sovereign wealth funds and pension funds, have shown a great deal of confidence in the country’s growth story, the current economic downturn While Covid-19 has deferred their current investment plans, their long-term investment strategy is to stay put in emerging economies such as India through co-investments and direct acquisitions.
  • A lot of this institutional investor interest can be seen in With six InvITs already up and running and many more in the offing, the instrument is gradually finding its feet. The product has received significant regulatory attention and there is increasing participation from investors. Although the Covid-19 outbreak has put asset monetisation plans on the backseat owing to valuation concerns, the overall sentiment for InvITs is optimistic. Tata Power and IL&FS recently unveiled plans to launch InvITs.
  • As the Covid-19 pandemic has constrained bank credit and government expenditure for the ongoing fiscal, funding from alternative sources will gain more It has been widely acknowledged that new funding avenues have to be developed and tapped for meeting the huge financing requirements and opportunities highlighted under the Rs 111 trillion National Infrastructure Pipeline.
  • The mission of this conference is to highlight the current stance of investors and financiers, assess the short-term and long-term outlook for infrastructure financing, identify the preferred routes for investment and the potential of emerging funding sources, and discuss the calibrated approaches investors could opt for in the post Covid-19

CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Corporate bond issuances have picked up momentum as companies prepare their balance sheets to weather financial uncertainties on account of the Covid-19 During the first quarter of FY2021, Indian corporates raised about Rs 2 trillion through the issuance of rupee bonds. This is a steep increase in contrast to the Rs 1.3 trillion raised through the private placement of corporate bonds during the April-June period in FY2020.
  • Several AAA-rated entities including NBFCs tapped the market to raise funds under the Reserve Bank of India’s Targeted Long Term Repo Operations (TLTRO) and LTRO In March 2020, the RBI had introduced TLTRO, under which banks can access three-year funds up to Rs 1 trillion to invest in corporate bonds. Reliance Industries, the Tata Group, Larsen &Toubro, PFC and IRFC were among the big issuers of debt paper during the first quarter of FY2021.
  • Green bonds continue to attract a lot of interest from both public and private sector corporations that are opting to raise finance, especially for renewable energy These include Azure Power, NTPC Limited, Greenko, ReNew Power and YES Bank. These bonds have also received marked attention from the regulatory authorities to encourage greater issuances.
  • Historically, during the period FY2014 to FY2020, the corporate bond market has grown at a CAGR of about 14 per However, only top-rated bond issuances were able to raise funds. Therefore, there is a need to diversify the investor base and encourage institutional investors to enter the market.
  • Further, the pricing of corporate bonds is benchmarked to that of G-Secs of corresponding As a result, the absence of a continuous yield curve for G-Secs and different rating and maturity buckets act as crucial impediments. Going forward, reforms in the area of financial market unification will go a long way in propelling growth in the corporate bond market.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the recent trends and developments in the corporate bond market, highlight the risks and challenges, and identify future strategies and reform measures to further develop the market for corporate

INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

RECENT TRENDS, IMPACT OF COVID AND INVESTMENT OUTLOOK

  • What are the issues faced in raising funds through bonds? What has been the
  • How has the Covid-19 outbreak affected fund-raising activity via bonds?
  • What are some of the growth inhibitors for the corporate bond market?
  • What is the overall outlook for the segment?

REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE

  • How has the corporate debt market evolved over the past few years?
  • What are the key reform measures required to push the bond market?
  • What are the key challenges?
  • What are the potential steps towards establishing a long-term yield curve for bonds?

INVESTORS’ VIEWPOINT

  • What is the overall sentiment towards the Indian corporate bond market?
  • What is the stance of institutional investors on the potential for corporate bonds?
  • What regulatory interventions are required for enhancing the corporate bond market?
  • What are the challenges faced in investing in this space?

BANKS AND NBFCS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of NBFCs in the bond market?
  • What are the key risks and challenges?
  • What are the potential steps to improve the accessibility of the Indian bond market?

FOREIGN INVESTORS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What are the issues faced in raising funds through bonds? What has been theexperience so far? experience so far?
  • What are the expectations from the government and the regulator?
  • What are the steps required to reduce financing costs in the corporate bond market?

ROLE OF CREDIT ENHANCEMENT

  • What has been the overall experience with the partial credit enhancement scheme?
  • What are the timelines for setting up a Credit Guarantee Enhancement Corporation?
  • What are some of the routes being explored for credit enhancement of corporate paper?

DOLLAR-DENOMINATED BONDS

  • What are the latest trends in the offshore bond market?
  • What is the global appetite for dollar-denominated bonds issued by Indian firms?
  • What are the perceived risks and returns for these bonds?

GREEN BONDS: EXPERIENCE AND PROSPECTS

  • What is the current size of the Indian green bond market?
  • What are the steps needed to scale up sustainable infrastructure investments?
  • What are the key learnings from developed countries?

CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INFRASTRUCTURE

FOREIGN INVESTORS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What are the recent trends in bond financing for infrastructure?
  • How has the Covid-19 outbreak affected fund-raising activity via bonds?
  • What are some of the growth inhibitors for the corporate bond market?
  • What is the overall outlook for the segment?

REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE

  • How has the corporate debt market evolved over the past few years?
  • What are the key reform measures required to push the bond market?
  • What are the key challenges?
  • What are the potential steps towards establishing a long-term yield curve for bonds?

INVESTORS’ VIEWPOINT

  • What is the overall sentiment towards the Indian corporate bond market?
  • What is the stance of institutional investors on the potential for corporate bonds?
  • What regulatory interventions are required for enhancing the corporate bond market?
  • What are the challenges faced in investing in this space?

BANKS AND NBFCS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of NBFCs in the bond market?
  • What are the key risks and challenges?
  • What are the potential steps to improve the accessibility of the Indian bond market

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur
Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

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
  • Financial institutions
  • Financial advisory firms
  • Asset reconstruction companies
  • NBFCs

 

CORPORATE BOND MARKET IN INFRASTRUCTURE

The conference is targeted at officials and managers from:

  • Institutional investors (mutual funds, pension funds, hedge funds, PE funds, insurance firms, )
  • Borrower firms
  • Private investors
  • NBFCs
  • State financial corporations
  • Commercial and investment banks
  • Financial advisory firms
  • Export credit agencies
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • Credit rating firms
  • Legal firms
  • Renewable energy companies
  • Infrastructure developers/ contractors
  • Infrastructure PSUs
  • Infrastructure finance groups in commercial banks
  • Infrastructure fund managers
  • Venture capital firms
  • Regulatory agencies
  • Development institutions
  • Bilateral and multilateral agencies
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • Real estate developers/ fund managers
  • – Sectoral advisory firms
  • Consultants (sector/ financial)
  •  Etc

 

By :

Event Schedule Details

  • September 3, 2020 (Thursday) - September 4, 2020 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Share This Event:
Add to Calendar
Select your currency
USD United States (US) dollar