Over $4.5 trillion a year will be spent on infrastructure between now and 2020, and we expect that figure to increase in the decade after. Where will this money go? What are policymakers' likely priorities? Where can investors find opportunities? How will new technologies, climate change, and the downturn in commodities impact the sector?
PwC has identified five themes likely to guide infrastructure spending in a world where politics, markets and technology are changing fast. Investors and policymakers need to prepare. In this presentation, Peter D. Raymond, PwC's global capital projects and infrastructure leader will outline these themes and the impact that they are having on the global infrastructure market.
About the Speaker:
Peter Raymond serves as Global Leader of PwC's Capital Projects & Infrastructure (CP&I) Practice. The CP&I Practice advises public and private sector clients on managing the effective development, financing and delivery of large scale capital projects and infrastructure programs.
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