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02 October 2020

Bankable without banks in Latin American infrastructure

Contributing Editor
MFI/DFI, Infra funds, ESG-tied debt
Institutional lenders are increasingly comfortable with a wide variety of greenfield and brownfield assets in Latin America. Will governments continue to make sure these assets are attractive? Join our expert panellists on 8 October for answers to that question and more.

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Eric Wittleder, vice-president - infrastructure debt, Brookfield Asset Management

Giovanni Patuzzo, principal, Global Infrastructure Partners

Jorge Camiña, director - infrastructure debt, Allianz Global Investors

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