To ensure prosperity through the coming decades, leading economies will need to invest heavily in advanced and resilient infrastructure. For the private sector, the upside is huge: Necessary global investment is projected at US $90 trillion by 2030.
In response, GLOBE Capital will explore how to open the floodgates of investment necessary to fully realize this opportunity. Our goals are to attract both innovation and new pools of capital to fund advanced, low-carbon infrastructure while mitigating investment risk and enhancing returns.
Senior decision-makers from across North America, in both the public and private sectors, who are critical to this conversation will come together in Canada’s finance capital. Together, they will explore ideas with a 360° lens focused on mobilizing the investment necessary for positive economic transformation.
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Government of Canada
Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Investing
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Managing Director & Co-Head, Global Infrastructure and Power, Global Investment Banking
CIBC Capital Markets
Managing Director, Operational Strategy and Planning, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Explore how a country can aid its competitive advantage by being investment leaders in sustainable infrastructure. As well, hear from leading CEOs on how companies might access the opportunities and manage the possible risks of a new low-carbon reality.
The key is to ensure that projects are sustainable and investor-ready. The important factors we are facing include lowering carbon emissions, decreasing operational costs, and, increasing collaboration among private sector players and multi-levels of government.
Uncover how start-ups can avoid the valley of death on the road to commercialization. Also, take part in important discussions on bridging the gaps between R & D spends; utilizing existing low-carbon technology; and, rolling out clean-tech at scale for new infrastructures.
350 senior decision-makers from the major financial centres
in North America, such as:
Merchant, Investment and Chartered banks
Major Pension Funds