Latin Markets’ 2013 Mexico Capital Projects and Infrastructure Summit Features Industry Executives Speaking on the Investment in and Development of Mega-Projects in Mexico
MEXICO CITY, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Latin Markets’ 2013 Mexico Capital Projects and Infrastructure Summit will bring over 300 industry delegates together at the W Hotel in Mexico City on June 19-20.
This year’s premier Mexico infrastructure investment and development meeting will focus on local projects and challenges unique to the Mexican infrastructure market in areas such as energy, transport, mining, telecom, real estate and social infrastructure.
Empresas ICA recently announced that its CEO, Alonso Quintana, will speak on behalf of the firm regarding, “Strategic Planning for Innovative Transactions and Structures.” With 19 years of experience with ICA, Quintana recently stated that through public and private partnerships Mexico has undertaken over 300 projects over the last five years and annual infrastructure spending could climb to 56 percent reaching $70 billion in the near future. Additionally, Mexico has become the second country worldwide to begin legislating against climate change, leading the way for increased investment in smart grids and more sustainable forms of transportation. The two-day summit will provide a complete comprehensive industry update including a featured panel, “Smart Infrastructure for Smart Cities: Mexico City Case Study.”
Attendees will hear from key decision makers from global construction firms, concessionaires, pension funds, banks, technology and engineering consultancies, and legal service providers including:
Under Secretary for Infrastructure, Secretary of Communications and Transportation
Senior Manager-Mexico, International Finance Corporation
CFO, ICA Infraestructura
Managing Director, Hermes Infraestructura
Toll Roads and Railroads, Fonadin
Director of Renewables, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE – Comision Reguladora de Energia)
Director of Finance, Grupo Marhnos
Managing Director, Tradeco Infrastructure
President, Afore XXI Banorte
CEO, Mexico City Administrator of Toluca International Airport
This forum will be a vital networking opportunity for anyone interested in gaining insight into one of the fastest growing infrastructure markets in Latin America.
Date: June 19-20, 2013
Event: 2013 Mexico Capital Projects and Infrastructure Summit
Location: W Hotel, Mexico City, Mexico
Advanced registration is recommended and is currently open at a discounted rate.
Daniel Para Mata
About Latin Markets:
Latin Markets provide access to new investments, business opportunities and partnerships for the global investment community by executing event platforms that include a wide range of business development and educational vehicles enabling Latin America’s most active investors and infrastructure developers to more adeptly navigate socio-economical, regulatory and financial considerations within the market.
SOURCE Latin Markets