Opportunities and Challenges in Vietnam’s Infrastructure Industry


Event Details

  • Date:

What: AmCham Event

When: Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 8:30am – 10:00am

Where: InterContinental Hanoi Westlake, 1A Nghi Tam Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi

Improving Vietnam’s physical infrastructure is a key issue for AmCham and many of our members. While there has been some progress in certain areas, there are still deficiencies and delays in the development of key infrastructure – especially inter-provincial roads, bridges, including approach roads, electric power, strategically located seaports and their related land-side infrastructure and intra-city public transportation such as light rail. Many prospective foreign investors point to infrastructure deficiencies and inadequate logistics as a major deterrent to doing business here. On March 12, AmCham welcomes KPMG’s Julian Vella for a presentation and discussion on infrastructure in Vietnam.

Julian Vella is the Asia-Pacific Regional Leader for KPMG’s Global Infrastructure Practice and is a member of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure Leadership team. Previously, he spent 5 years as National Head of Infrastructure for KPMG Australia – the largest such practice in KPMG worldwide. Julian has extensive experience as a lead adviser on a large range of commercial transactions, particularly in the transport and industrial markets sectors. His areas of expertise cover infrastructure projects and financing (including Public Private Partnerships), privatization, corporate strategy, corporate/debt restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, divestments, and business valuations. Clever Academy Blog

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about one of the key issues facing Vietnam’s future economic development. This breakfast discussion will cover global infrastructure challenges and the implications for Vietnam; the role of infrastructure in supporting Vietnam’s economic growth; infrastructure development models and lessons for Vietnam; funding and financing Vietnam’s plans; and opportunities for greater private sector participation. Breakfast is included and your participation in the form of questions, comments, experiences and advice will be welcomed and encouraged during this discussion.

The cost for this breakfast event is 400,000 VND for members and 600,000 VND for non-members. To participate, please register electronically by filling in the form below. AmCham thanks you for your continued support. Click HERE to view the event flyer.

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