PROINVERSION ROAD SHOW GATHERED MORE THAN 100 BRITISH COMPANIES KEEN TO INVEST IN PERU

Gathering more than one hundred British investors PERU presented the portfolio of public-private partnership (PPP’s) projects for the period 2018-2020, at a session held in London on 25th. 

The event called “A Bright Future – Peru’s PPP Outlook 2018”, organized by the Embassy of Peru in the UK with the collaboration of Hogan Lovells -main partner- and the support of Canning House and TheCityUK, enjoyed full audience of enthusiastic investors looking to Peru’s growing economy, with stable macroeconomic fundamentals and an infrastructure need of $160 Billion. 

Alberto Ñecco, General Director of Peru’s Investment agency Pro-Inversion, presented 20 projects ready to go on bidding for the period 2018-2020 in several sectors ranging from transport infrastructure, health, education, water and sanitation to mining, gas and power transmission.

The presentation was followed by a top level panel discussion on Peru’s promising economic prospects, composed by Luis Oganes, Managing Director, Head of Currencies, Commodities and Emerging Markets Research at JP Morgan, John Davie, Chairman of Altra Capital, Graham Stock, Senior Sovereign Strategist, Emerging Markets at BlueBay Asset Management and Florian Agnel, Counsel at Hogan Lovells, moderated  by Christopher Garnett, a UK based consultant with deep understanding of Peru and Latin America.

In order to discuss in detail some of the specific projects, Mr Ñecco and the Director for Investor Services of ProInversión, Cesar Peñaranda, had a series of one-on-one meetings on 25th and 26th June with important UK firms, including potential investors, contractors, world-class consultancy firms, project management specialists and engineering and technical advisors.