Be among the key stakeholders who will be sharing their expertise and ambitions with the top-level audience of Mexico Infrastructure and Sustainability Summit. This conference will bring together the most influential business and political leaders in the Mexican infrastructure sector, including the interviewees featured in Mexico Infrastructure Review 2018. Register now or risk missing this opportunity to get the inside perspective and network with the industry’s main stakeholders at this high-profile conference and networking event.
Mexico Infrastructure & Sustainability Summit 2018
- SpeakerJorge WolpertDirector General of the National Housing Commission (CONAVI)
2018 will mark the end of Peña Nieto’s presidential term and at the end of the year López Obrador will take on the challenge of boosting the country’s infrastructure development. This presentation will discuss the importance of infrastructure investment in order to boost the economic development of the entire country.
- ModeratorLeopoldo ZamboninoDirector General of MEXTYPSA
- PanelistLuis de la PeñaFinancial Director of ROADIS
- PanelistFelipe DuarteExecutive Director General of Infrastructure and Energy at Grupo Financiero Banorte
- PanelistEnrique AlonsoDirector General of Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras México
- PanelistIgnacio García de PresnoLead Partner – Global Infrastructure and Projects Group, KPMG in Mexico
Mexico’s infrastructure competitiveness ranking has dropped from 57 to 62, with the ranking of its railroad, port and air transport infrastructure suffering the most. With low federal budgets, there are many projects yet to be completed and as a result the government began creating new financial vehicles and structures to boost investment.
- ModeratorJavier ValenciaExecutive Vice President and Co-Founder of the Mexican Institute of Sustainable Smart Cities (IMCISS)
- PanelistJuan Manuel RamírezExecutive Director of Operations of LOMA Desarrollos
- PanelistMauricio CeballosDirector of Fernando Romero Enterprise
- PanelistCarlos del RíoPartner at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez
- PanelistJack LevyFounder and CEO of Grupo VEQ
During election year, public infrastructure is known to take a back seat while the new administration develops its National Infrastructure Plan. During this time, many companies look to diversify and develop projects for the private sector, especially real estate. Monterrey, Guadalajara, Mexico City and Queretaro have grown substantially in terms of real estate, but what about emerging cities such as Merida and Tijuana.
- ModeratorEdgar AnayaPartner at Anaya Abogados
- PanelistAlberto MarínTechnical Director at Schindler México
- PanelistJohn DonoghueCEO of National Fiber Networks
- PanelistBaltazar RodriguezSenior Architect, Blockchain Engagement Leader at IBM Blockchain
- PanelistLuis RubioPartner at Holland & Knight
- PanelistJorge MartínezDirector General of Zacua and COPEMSA
Smart Cities and IoT are buzzwords taking over the infrastructure industry. The challenge lies in adapting the technology to Mexico’s policies, infrastructure and most importantly budgets. The Telecommunications Reform and the Shared Network will provide the country with the backbone for connectivity, but how can real estate developers, technology providers and infrastructure developers work together to not only create smarter buildings and assets in Mexico, but keep them safe?
- ModeratorAdriana LoboDirector General of WRI Mexico
- PanelistEduardo OrozcoFounder and Director of MDL
- PanelistMariana Orozco CamachoDirector General of CityEs!
- PanelistMaximiliano ZuritaDirector General of CAF Mexico
- PanelistMauricio CoboFormer Minister of Mobility of the Municipality of Queretaro
"People make cities, and it is to them, not buildings that we must fit our plans" - Jane Jacobs. The exponential growth of Mexico’s cities has many side effects on citizens. Traffic, expensive housing, pollution and insecurity are some of the issues impacting the quality of life throughout the country.
- ModeratorRoberto OlivaresPresident of RELOC
- PanelistYolanda PadillaRegional Manager Mexico and Central America of Fluence
- PanelistSergio RamírezDirector General of Acciona Infraestructuras
- PanelistFederico CasaresBusiness Development and Institutional Affairs Director Mexico of Veolia
- PanelistOthón PérezBusiness Development Director at FOA Consulting
Water is known as Blue Gold for a reason and Mexico’s most populated areas are running out of it. This is a problem that affects the entire population, not only by generating thirst but also raising costs for cities, developers and end users. The technology is available to make the best out of the water resources but the question remains focused on how each authority decides to use it and transform its investments in water infrastructure to put money back into their pockets.
- Eduardo RamirezPresident of the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC)
Mexico’s infrastructure needs continuity and the new administration will have to overcome many challenges to improve the country’s connectivity and overall development. This presentation will detail the priorities related to infrastructure for the next six years and the new government’s approach to bridging the gap between Mexico’s southern states and the rest of the country.
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