Thursday, 16 May
14:00 - 15:30
Hall #7, General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)
International experience shows that the number of PPP-based infrastructure projects of great government importance is growing. Deals aimed at attracting private investments into these projects are not regulated in the same way due to differences in legal systems and specifics of national legislations.
In Russia, concession and PPP deals have been secured, completed and disputed for over 10 years. Moreover, Public Private Partnership laws have existed in Russia for the same number of years. Over this time they have undergone significant and consistent (and sometimes inconsistent) changes.
The growing number of PPP projects leads to the government's better understanding of the market needs and legislation-related responses to them. Still, not all legislative innovations and tools prove to be popular with the market.
This discussion brings together leading Russian and foreign experts, representatives of government agencies and business, who will analyse international best practices, issues related to concession and PPP projects, and ways of reforming the existing legal framework in order to address those issues.
First Vice President, Gazprombank JSC
Managing partner, Kachkin and Partners Attorney at law
Partner, Capital Legal Services, LLC
Vice President front office, Kazakhstan public-private partnership center
Deputy to the Head of Moscow Representative office, China Development Bank
State Secretary — Vice President, Norilsk Nickel PJSC
* The Programme may be subject to change
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