CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series
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CDFA has partnered with Frost Brown Todd, LLC and FBT Project Finance Advisors to host a four-part webcast series on infrastructure finance in the United States. The CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series will address current trends in financing the nation’s most pressing infrastructure needs along with strategies for assembling capital, structuring the deal, and addressing critical financing gaps. The Webcast Series will feature the industry’s top leaders discussing case studies, challenges, opportunities and critical issues in infrastructure. Topics covered include roads, bridges, mass-transit, clean energy installations, water and waste water, broadband, anchor institutions, and government facilities. Participants are encouraged to bring their questions and financing challenges related to local infrastructure finance and investment. Webcasts will be recorded and made available to all registered participants.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
|Tue 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
The State of Infrastructure Financing in the United States
Although financing infrastructure continues to be a hot-button issue in political discourse, infrastructure finance has been a challenge facing large and small communities alike throughout the history of the United States. In this first installment of the CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series, join our experts as we examine the landscape of infrastructure development and maintenance as well as take a quick dive into the history of infrastructure in the U.S.; from the first railways to the electrical grid to recent improvements in broadband installation and transit.
- Lisa Dickson, Resilience Leader, Arup
- Emily Feenstra, Director, Infrastructure Initiatives and Public Affairs, American Society of Civil Engineers
- Mark Morehouse, Managing Director, Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
|Wed 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Financing Solutions for Today’s Transportation Infrastructure Crisis
Whether it’s roadways, railways, or bridges, transportation infrastructure provides its own unique set of financing challenges because of the high costs and demands of the projects. With new trends in mass transit development in major cities and extensive networks of road and bridges in need of maintenance, states and local governments search for unique ways to meet the transportation needs in their jurisdictions. In the second installation of the CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series, the panel discussion will feature innovative financing structures for transportation infrastructure projects happening across the U.S.
- Todd Herberghs, Executive Director, National Council for Public-Private Partnerships
- Fran Rood, Senior Vice President, SB Friedman Development Advisors
- David Teed, Managing Director, Diogenes Capital
Thursday, September 28, 2017
|Thu 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Latest Trends in Energy & Water Infrastructure Finance
Energy production and water management facilities in the U.S. are in need of critical attention due to decades of disinvestment along with rapid technological improvements. Large cities and rural communities are examining new ways to finance these complex large-scale projects by working with the private sector to raise capital for development and maintenance costs. These deals are often multilayered deals with numerous sources of capital. In the third installation of the CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Webcast Series, we will highlight current energy and water infrastructure projects and discuss deal structures to inspire investment in local projects.
Friday, September 29, 2017
|Fri 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
The Next Wave: Assembling Capital for Communications & Social Infrastructure Projects
Governments, large and small, rural and urban, understand the importance of high-quality facilities. This social infrastructure often serves as a series of anchor institutions that can be used to widen access to broadband and other means of communication. Maintenance and updates to these sometimes historical structures can often be financially challenging, particularly when governments are risk-averse or unable to identify enough rate payers to justify investment. In the last installment of the CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Webcast series, experts will discuss new deals from across the U.S. with creative financing solutions to tackle the issue of social infrastructure and communications maintenance and updates.
The CDFA – Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series will take place on the web through GoToWebinar, an online distance learning software. These webcasts will meet each day on September 26-29, 2017 from 2:00 - 3:30 pm (Eastern). You must have access to a computer and phone to attend the webcasts.
Registration for this webinar is $175 for CDFA Members, and $200 for Non-Members.
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Frost Brown Todd Infrastructure Finance Webcast Series, click on the Register button below.
CDFA Member: $175