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PSE and PPP Center cap forum series with topics on infrastructure financing

The Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) and the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Center, together with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Asian Development Bank (ADB), held the final session to its “Accessing the Philippine Capital Markets for PPPs” forum last April 8, 2016. The forum focused on exploring mechanisms to tap capital markets as a financing option for PPP projects.

Shown in the first photo are (From left to right): Bank of the Philippine Islands Director and Head of Project Finance Bonifacio M. Banzon; Asian Development Bank Senior Investment Specialist for Infrastructure Finance Division (North Asia, Pacific and Southeast Asia) Frederic Thomas; Hogan Lovells Partner and Global Head of Infrastructure James Harris; Public-Private Partnership Center Former Executive Director Cosette V. Canilao; Public-Private Partnership Center Undersecretary and Executive Director  Andre C. Palacios; Philippines Country Office Country Director Richard S. Bolt; Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon & San Jose Partner Ana Katigbak-Lim; Securities and Exchange Commission Director for Markets and Securities Regulation Department Vicente Graciano P. Felizmenio, Jr.; PSE President and CEO Hans B. Sicat; First Metro Investment Corporation Executive Vice President and Investment Banking Group Head Justino Juan R. Ocampo and US Treasury Advisor Ed Roche.

Shown in the second photo are (From left to right): US Treasury Advisor Ed Roche; San Miguel Corporation Senior Vice President and Treasury Head, Sergio G. Edeza; Metro Pacific Investments Corporation Chief Financial Officer David J. Nicol; Ernst and Young Solutions LLP Partner Lynn Tho; Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon & San Jose Partner Ana Katigbak-Lim, and PSE President and CEO Hans B. Sicat.

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