Yuliya Oryol, Andrée Blais and Shant Boyajian will participate as panelists during the Infrastructure Investments session at the Regulatory Fundamentals Group (RFG) 2021 Fall Conference, "An Overview of the New Investment Landscape," on October 27, 2021.
Our attorneys will address both the challenges and trends resulting from direct and indirect infrastructure investments by institutional investors in the United States, along with important policy considerations. They will discuss major public infrastructure projects across the United States delivered through public-private partnerships (P3s) and other alternative methods in the transportation and social infrastructure sectors, while contrasting the delivery of such projects to certain other countries.
The audience will be introduced to different P3 delivery methods, such as revenue risk and availability payment structures and the pre-development agreement (PDA) approach, also known as progressive P3s. Then, our speakers will examine policy issues behind infrastructure strategy and political dynamics with respect to the Biden administration’s infrastructure proposal which aims to address a range of challenges facing the nation. Following this, our attorneys will elaborate on the infrastructure asset class appeal to actively investing institutional investors who utilize commingled private funds in order to enhance returns, mitigate risk and diversify as part of a broader portfolio.