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20 January 2021

After the dust settles: COVID-19 and project finance in perspective

Contributing Editor
PPP/P3, Covid-19, Energy, Market moves, Industry/manufacturing, Mining, Oil & gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport, Telecoms & communications
Watch On-Demand | A look at the long- and short-term effects of COVID on the project and infrastructure finance market, 12 months on.

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Tom Nelthorpe, contributing editor, Proximo (Moderator)
Sybille Grandgeorge, director - industry banker power & renewables, Natixis
Kent Rowey, partner, Allen & Overy
Michael Whalen, managing director, Berkeley Research Group

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