The China-Britain Business Council/British Chamber and CAITEC are pleased to invite you to our “Belt & Road Workshop–Tendering Processes & Bankability in Regulated Countries”.
Workshop Focus – In countries with developed regulatory frameworks and financial markets, specialised knowledge and experience are necessary when putting forward compliant bids, as well as winning and raising (local) financing for public infrastructure projects. Awareness of the various relevant steps, processes and requirements in such countries is paramount to achieving these goals. Examples of such regulated countries include the UK, EU member states, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico and Brazil.
12:00 -12:45 Registration & Light Buffet Lunch
12:45-13:00 Opening Remarks
British Consulate – Mr. John Edwards, Consul-General
Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce
13:00-13:20 Report & Sponsor Introductions
CBBC – Mr Jeff Astle, Executive Director
13:20-13:30 Introduction to Workshop Sessions
CBBC – Mr David Prat, Infrastructure, Energy, Environment Lead Director
– Skills relevant to BRI projects in countries with developed regulatory and financial systems
– Public Tendering Processes, Local Bankability, International PPP
13:30-14:00 Building Standards Workshop – Construction & Building Standards
14:00-14:30 Technical Workshop – Technical Due Diligence
14:30-14:45 Coffee Break
14:45-15:15 Financing Workshop – Financial Model & Valuation
15:15-15:45 Legal Workshop – Legal Due Diligence and Documentation
15:45-16:45 Focused roundtables. Potential discussion topics :
Bidding Processes – Tendering Packages
16:45 Closing Remarks
All Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the report “Belt and Road Initiative-Southern Routes: UK-China Cooperation and Opportunities”, which CBBC and CAITEC jointly released for the occasion of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation that took place in Beijing in May 2017.
Please RSVP to Ms Anna Zhou, email@example.com, +(86) 21 3100 7900 Ext. 113, by Monday 31st July 2017.
This Workshop’s attendee capacity is limited. Please note that seats will be allocated on a “first confirmed, first registered” basis.