This year's forum titled 'Assessing Americas Infrastructure Investment Opportunities in an Evolving Market' will include thought provoking panel discussions and keynote presentations focusing on M&A, deal sourcing, financing, fundraising and asset valuations. The event is attended each year by more than 200 senior representatives from fund managers, institutional investors, infrastructure corporates & developers, together with funders, advisors and government officials from the US, Canada & Latin America.
New York, NY
Tel: +1 (646) 471-6100
|PwC’s Rob McCeney to moderate the PANEL DISCUSSION: How has the market for midstream assets changed and are there enough of the kind of targets which meet infrastructure investor requirements?’ at this year’s IIF event. Listen to a panel of energy and infrastructure investors discuss the relationships between those forms of capital and the role they can have in the development of North America’s midstream infrastructure.
Rob is a partner at PwC specializing in providing acquisition services in the energy and infrastructure industries on behalf of both corporate and financial sponsor clients. The primary industries Rob serves include regulated electric and gas utilities, fossil and renewable power generation, energy commodity trading, wholesale and retail energy marketing, midstream gathering, processing, transportation and storage, port terminals, parking facilities and energy & infrastructure - related equipment and services.
New York, NY
Tel: +1 (646) 471-2628
|Mike is the partner responsible for our Infrastructure Transactions team and has been with PwC for over 20 years. He has provided a broad range of mergers and acquisitions services, including target searches and evaluations, industry strategic assessments, business and financial due diligence, accounting and tax structure, and post-merger integration and exit analysis to corporate and financial buyers within the infrastructure industry.|
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