ICE HKA Breakfast Forum on “A Bank's View on Project Finance”, Hong Kong

7 May, 2016 | 08:30 - 11:00

Find out what the bank
Find out what the bank's view is on project finance.

About this event

Currently, real long-term interest rates are low and the potential supply of long-term liquidity is ample. This is a rather good setting for investment in infrastructure projects. Tapping this liquidity could significantly boost project finance. So what are the drivers for investors and in particular banks to provide this liquidity to finance projects? How to define 'investable' projects from a bank's perspective?

This talk gives an overview of the above, followed by more specifically Rabobank's proposition in Project Finance and the issues that a bank takes into consideration when assessing a financing request from potential clients.

Payment Method

Cheques should be made payable to "The Institution of Civil Engineers (HK) Ltd." and sent to ICE HK Office, Room 1606, Dominion Centre, 43-59 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Please specify your name, contact no. and "Breakfast Forum" on the reverse of the cheque.

*Seat will be confirmed upon the receipt of payment and on first-come-first-served basis.
*Priority will be given to ICE members.
*Only successful applicants will receive the confirmation letter
*Payment is non-refundable once seat is confirmed

Event materials

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Speaker

Mr. Wim Borgmeier joined Rabobank as Chief Risk Officer, Asia in May 2011.

In his present position, Mr. Borgmeier is responsible for the risk management (credit, market, liquidity, operational and IT risk) for the region as well as the Hong Kong Branch. His main focus is to strengthen the bank's ability to control, monitor and evaluate risks undertaken by the various business units, and to ensure the management of those risks are in line with the agreed risk framework and risk appetite. He also manages the credit portfolio for Hong Kong and the region, which includes Special Asset Management.

Currently, Mr. Borgmeier acts as Chairman of the Credit Committee Asia and Risk Management Committee Asia/ Hong Kong branch. He also serves as member of a number of other committees including the ALCO, the Audit Committee and the Management Team of the Hong Kong Branch and Asia.

Mr. Borgmeier is familiar with working in Hong Kong. His first stint with the Hong Kong Branch was in the year 2000 when he filled the role of Head of Credit for three years before moving on to the role of Global Risk Manager, Corporate Finance at Rabobank headquarters. Mr. Borgmeier has been working for Rabobank Group since 1990.

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