Anthony Coumidis has been invited to join two separate panels of experts at the forthcoming International PPP Finance Summit.
Anthony's first panel session is entitled "Adjusting lending strategies for PPP projects in new and emerging markets", whilst the second focuses on "Investing in PPP projects: perspectives of industry sponsors and institutional investors".
The annual summit, organised by PPP Experts, will bring together PPP practitioners and advisors to discuss the financial structuring of PPP projects from 2nd to 4th July in London.
Anthony has been selected as a panellist as a result of his extensive experience of leading, structuring and advising on complex Public–Private Partnership (PPP) projects worldwide. He has worked for the European Investment Bank (EIB) to deliver Attica Schools PPP Projects (Attica 14 and Attica 10) in Greece - the country's first ever PPP schools project. In the UK, his education-specific PPP experience includes acting as independent certifier for the London Borough of Hackney. Anthony is also currently one of a panel of experts who provide technical due diligence on urban regeneration projects for the European Investment Bank (EIB) and he is a technical expert with the Bank's JESSICA initiative in Greece. Further afield, Anthony has worked on PPP projects in Mexico, Jordan and Colombia.
As well as his extensive involvement with the PPP sector, Anthony is passionate about sustainability and promotes energy efficiency and sustainability on PPP projects globally via participation with the UNECE PPP team of specialists and other public speaking engagements.
For more information on the summit please visit http://www.pppinvestments.com
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