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As of 09/02/2014

Dear Colleague,
On behalf of Latin Markets, it is our pleasure to invite you to participate 3rd Annual Colombia Capital Projects & Infrastructure
Summit. Over the course of October 15-16, 2014, you will be able to join in the discussions of the most important issues, themes,
and projects based on direct input from the top infrastructure developers from all sectors in order to deliver the highest level of
impact and value for our stakeholders and delegates.
The Summit will feature:
“Moving Forwards: New Paths for Investment-Critical Infrastructure Advancements and Development ”
Features of the Summit:

A two day forum providing insight into the investment and development opportunities and challenges across the region’s
energy, transport, mining, water & sanitation, social and telecommunications infrastructure sectors.

More than 65 speakers from the most important capital project developers, concessionaires, investors, government regulators and infrastructure developers .

Opportunities for more than eighteen hours of networking with delegates and speakers from more than twenty countries
including México, Central America, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Italy, Canada, Spain, the United States and
South America.

We have put together a program which takes into consideration the needs of infrastructure developers, concessionaires, financiers; private equity firms, investment banks, IFIs, engineering, construction and procurement companies, consultants, legal service
providers, auditing service providers, operators and government actors and will continue to strive to provide the most updated
topics in infrastructure development.
We look forward to hosting you at the conference.
Regards,
Ana Carolina Romero, Energy & Infrastructure Group, Latin Markets

CPI Series

3rd Colombia CPI Summit
Oct. 15-16, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel
Bogota, Colombia

3rd Central American
& Caribbean CPI Summit
Feb. 4-5, 2015
Trump Ocean Club
Panama City, Panama

3rd Mexico CPI Summit
Jun 17-18, 2015
St. Regis Hotel
Mexico City, Mexico

4th Peru CPI Summit
Aug. 26-27, 2015
Hilton Miraflores
Lima, Peru

Contact Information

Project Manager
Ana Carolina Romero
+1-646-216-8818
Ana.romero@latinmarkets.org

Sponsorship & Registration
Ken Bauco
+1-212-561-8926
Ken.Bauco@latinmarkets.org
Jack Schwarten
+1 646-568-2779
Jack.schwarten@latinmarkets.org

Marketing & Press
Virginia Schmithalter
+1-216-9489
Virginia.schmithalter@latinmarkets.org

Argos es una organización multidoméstica, productora y comercializadora de cemento y concreto, con presencia en Colombia, Estados Unidos y el Caribe. En 2012 obtuvo ingresos por
4.380.393 millones. En el negocio del cemento, Argos es líder en Colombia, quinto productor
más grande en América Latina y segundo más grande en el sureste de Estados Unidos. Cuenta
con nueve plantas en Colombia y dos en Estados Unidos; seis moliendas de clinker ubicadas en
Colombia, Estados Unidos, Haití, Panamá, República Dominicana y Surinam; y cinco terminales
de recepción y empaque ubicadas en Antigua, Curazao, Dominica, St. Marteen y St. Thomas.

Bancolombia is the largest commercial bank in Colombia and one of the largest in Latin America.
The bank is headquartered in Medellín and was founded in 1945. It is a full-service financial institution that provides a range of financial products and services to a diversified individual and corporate customer base throughout Colombia, as well as in other jurisdictions, such as Panama, El
Salvador, Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, Peru, Brazil, the United States and Spain.

Sura es una compañía que cuenta con soluciones integrales en seguros privados y seguridad social, orientada en el acompañamiento y gestión integral del riesgo. Un aliado que brinda tranquilidad y protección en todas las dimensiones de su negocio y sus riesgos asociados, así como
también en los momentos de vida de las personas y sus familias. Nuestro principal compromiso
es contribuir con la calidad de vida, la tranquilidad y seguridad de las empresas y personas a
través de nuestro amplio portafolio de soluciones enfocados en contribuir con la sostenibilidad
de los negocios, sus empleados y sus familias.

Colombeia empresa del Grupo Eniac (Colombia, México, Puerto Rico y Venezuela), ofrece soluciones efectivas de TI: Software, implementación, capacitación, despliegue, soporte funcional y técnico así como consultoría productiva. Una de las áreas de especialización del Grupo Eniac desde hace más de veintinco años
es la de tecnología para la evaluación y gestión de proyectos y portafolios de proyectos de diversos tipos:
EPC (Ingeniería, Procura y Construcción), transporte e Infraestructura vial, puertos y aeropuertos, paradas
de plantas, tecnología de información, telecomunicaciones, generación de energía, Oil & Gas, etc. Los
productos tecnológicos, líderes en su campo, satisfacen los requerimientos de megaproyectos con comunidades interactivas entre dueños (owners), contratistas principals. y subcontratistas, la gestión de contratos,
el cálculo del valor ganado (Earned Value), el análisis avanzado de riesgo, etc.
Control Risks is an independent, global risk consultancy specializing in helping organizations manage political, integrity and security risks in complex and hostile environments. We support clients by providing strategic consultancy, expert analysis and in-depth investigations, handling sensitive political issues and providing
practical on-the-ground protection and support. Our unique combination of services, geographical reach
and the trust our clients place in us ensure we can help them to effectively solve their problems and realise
new opportunities across the world.
Espírito Santo Investment Bank (BESI) is the investment banking arm of Banco Espirito Santo Group (BES),
the 2nd largest privately owned Portuguese bank. It has over 25 years of investment banking experience
and a proven track record of success in Iberia and Latin America. Our teams are composed of highly qualified and experienced local professionals who are committed to providing clients with customized solutions
in the areas of Project and Structured Finance, with a primary focus on the energy and infrastructure sectors.
Hill International es la empresa multinacional de Project & Construction Management líder en la Gestión de
Proyectos y Obras, Gestión de Riesgos de Construcción y Consultoría en la estructuración y seguimiento de
Programas de Infraestructura. Con más de 4,000 profesionales en todo el mundo, es una de las empresas
líderes en América Latina, donde participa actualmente en grandes proyectos tanto Públicos como Privados. En la actualidad es difícil no vincular el nombre de Hill International a la Gestión de grandes proyectos
de Carreteras, Puertos, Aeropuertos o Energía.

Moncada Abogados is a multidisciplinary law firm, whose practice is characterized by its experience and
expertise, combining academic rigor, conciliatory vocation and litigious strength in providing the services offered. The firm has been recognized for providing comprehensive advice in the field of commercial law, particularly in financial, real estate, contracting and project structuring. In recent years, it has
expanded its practice to customs law, international trade, taxation, international law, immigration, mining and Energy, and insurance law. The professionals of the firm are published authors, ex-judges of high
judicial bodies, former high-level government officials and consultants of recognized public and private.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, part of McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE: MHFI), is the world's leading
provider of independent credit risk research and benchmarks. We publish more than a million credit
ratings on debt issued by sovereign, municipal, corporate and financial sector entities. With over 1,400
credit analysts in 23 countries, and more than 150 years' experience of assessing credit risk, we offer a
unique combination of global coverage and local insight. Our research and opinions about relative credit
risk provide market participants with information and independent benchmarks that help to support the
growth of transparent, liquid debt markets worldwide.
P2 Brasil was established by Pátria and Promon to manage private equity investments in infra-structure
assets predominantly in Brazil. P2Brasil focuses mainly in the following infrastructure sectors: transportation and logistics; oil and gas; water, waste and related services; power distribution and transmission.
The target sectors should offer attractive investment opportunities, potentially including upgrading existing infrastructure assets and companies, consolidating fragmented sectors, and developing early stage
projects. Pátria and Promon believe that their joint institutional sponsorship provides P2Brasil with a
competitive advantage, which should enable it to focus on a unique investment strategy. The sponsors’
track records and experience in the Brazilian market are key elements expected to drive P2Brasil’s strategy.
TMF Group helps companies expand and invest seamlessly across international borders. Our expert
accountants, legal, financial, corporate secretarial and HR and payroll professionals are located around
the world, enabling clients to operate their corporate structures, finance vehicles and investment funds
in different geographical locations. TMF Group works with leading private equity and venture capital
firms to enhance their global operations, administer international investment structures, and support
portfolio companies expanding and operating abroad. Our core legal administrative, accounting and
compliance services enable private equity firms and their portfolio companies to invest, expand and
operate anywhere in the world.

Lauro Bravar, Business Development Director, OHL
Lauro Bravar has held the position of CEO South Region at OHL USA, Inc. from 2006, at which time he
was charged with initiating and overseeing OHL’s operations in the U.S. market, until recently in 2013
when he took on a new responsibility at the corporate level of OHL as Director of Business Development
for the Americas. In his previous position of CEO of OHL USA, Mr. Bravar oversaw and reported a business of about US$500 million per year and managed a staff of approximately 800 employees. The business encompasses vertical building construction (hospitals, schools, theaters, offices, etc.) and transportation infrastructure (roads, bridges, tunnels).
Federico Restrepo Posada ,President, Autopista del Sol
Federico Restrepo Posada actualmente, se desempeña como asesor de la Gobernación de Antioquia en
la coordinación general del Proyecto Regional Integral para el Desarrollo de Urabá: Urabá un mar de
oportunidades, la línea 6 del Plan de Desarrollo 2012-2015 Antioquia la Más Educada. Y en el Gobierno
Colombiano, se desempeña como Gerente General de las Autopistas para la Prosperidad, un ambicioso
proyecto de infraestructura vial con un costo estimado de $ 13.1 billones de pesos, en coordinación con
el Ministerio de Transporte y la Agencia Nacional de Infraestructura (ANI) .
Roger Bonet, President, Colombeia
Licenciado en Matemáticas (Universidad Central de Venezuela) con larga trayectoria en proyectos de
Tecnología de Información (TI) que incluyen software de gestión de proyectos y desarrollos especiales
para banca y comercio electrónico. Fue miembro del Comité Consultivo de la Oficina Central de Estadística e Informática de Venezuela y del Consejo Consultivo de IBM para Latinoamérica. Presidió el Comité de
Tecnología de Información y Telecomunicaciones de la Cámara Venezolano-Americana –Venamcham- y
la Comisión de Telecomunicaciones, Tecnología de Información y Comercio Electrónico de la Cámara de
Comercio Internacional -ICC-Capítulo Venezuela.
Gareth Fairweather, Town Planner, Transport for London
Gareth Fairweather is a town planner at Transport for London (TfL) with experience in land use, physical
development and transport integration. His interests lie in the role of transport in creating sustainable
and liveable cities, as well as its contribution to place making. He has previously advised the Mayor of
London in developing packages of transport interventions to support development and regeneration.
This involved working closely with the private sector to secure funding and the delivery of transport
infrastructure.
Sandra Fonseca, Presidente, Grupo Energía de Bogotá.
Es Ingeniera Electricista de la universidad Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería, cuenta con un Master en
Estudios Energéticos y un MBA en Administración de Empresas, ambos de la Universidad de Sheffield
Hallam, en el Reino Unido. Tiene una experiencia de cerca de 18 años en los sectores de energía y de
servicios públicos. Entre los cargos que ha ocupado sobresalen los de Directora Ejecutiva de la Comisión
de Regulación de Energía y Gas –CREG-, Directora de la división de Minas y Energía del Departamento
Nacional de Planeación .
Miguel Centanaro, Presidente, Ferropetrol
Administrador de Empresas de la Universidad de Cartagena, Premio Nacional de Investigación (Analdex),
candidato al Doctorado de Administración de Empresas (DBA) de la Universidad de Liverpool, con más
de 30 años de experiencia en formulación, evaluación y estructuración de proyectos, dirección y asesoría
de más de 70 estudios de factibilidad, expresidente de las compañías Francolex, Cencolsas, Kunzell, y
Constructora Tibabita, asesor de más de 30 proyectos de ley, estructurador de 4 APP ferroviarias exitosas, estructurador de 12 APP's de edificación, aeropuerto, vías, túnel y parques.
Bernardo Serafim, President, Constructora Andrade Gutierrez in Colombia
MBA with specialization in Finance, MsC in Business Administration, Degree in Civil Engineering, Experience in Business development activities in several geographies such as Europe, Africa (Mozambique,
South Africa and Tanzania), Eurasia (Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Turkmenistan) and Latin
America (Colombia and Brazil) Experience in managing construction projects under Build, Design-build,
EPC, PPP and Concession contractual framework.
Manuel Eduardo Garcia, Superintendente de Servicios Bancarios Financiamientos e Inversiones, Pemex
Especialista en áreas de tesorería, bancarias y finanzas en Petróleos Mexicanos desde hace 30 años en
donde funge actualmente como Superintendente de Servicios Bancarios. Estudios a nivel de maestría en
finanzas y administración por la Universidad del Valle de México, así como posgrados en materias financieras. Catedrático de diversas universidades en materias financieras desde hace 25 años.
Consultor financiero.

8:00

Registration Opens and Morning Refreshments—Sponsorship Opportunities Available

8:55

Welcoming Remarks:
Ana Carolina Romero, Project Manager Infrastructure, Latin Markets
Part 1- An Overview of 2014 Infrastructure Objects—A Public Sector Perspectives

9:00

Keynote Speaker: Public Sector Incentives to Promote Foreign Direct Investment for Infra Projects
Public instruments to incentivize private financing and investment in Colombia.
Presenter:
Clemente del Valle, CEO, Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (Confirmed)

9:30

Interview Session: Portfolio of Mega-Projects in Colombia– ANI’s Plan in Closing Colombia ’s Infrastructure gap
The National Infrastructure Agency’s portfolio of projects and future perspectives.
Interviewee:
Luis Fernando Andrade, President, Agencia Nacional de Infraestructura (Confirmed)

10:15

Roundtable: Applying the Theory into Practice, Regulatory Changes with PPP Laws
Colombia’s regulatory and legislative changes to overcome investment hurdles in infrastructure.
Advances in PPP laws– working with international developers to incentivize growth.
Environmental challenges for developers and financiers in building in the region.
Panelists:
Jaime Torres Melo, Sub-Director, Departamento Nacional de Planeación (Confirmed)
Maria Patricia Sandoval, Director Structured Projects, Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (Confirmed)
Carlos Alberto Garcia Montes, Vice- Ministro Infraestructura, Ministerio de Transporte (Confirmed)
Speaker, Managing Director, Control Risk (Confirmed)

11:00

Networking Break– Refreshments Sponsorship Available
Part 2- Boosting Colombia’s Competitiveness and Growth Potential: Transportation Network

11:00

Roundtable: Advancements in the Largest Road Concession in the World, 4th Generation Concession Plan
Structural policy and framework changes adapted to attract private investors to tender road projects.
Lessons learned from the tendered Cartagena-Barranquilla Road Project for $718 million.
Public incentives to develop a healthy environment for foreign players to participate in current market.
Moderator:
Juan Carlos Moncada, Director, Partner, Moncada Abogados (Confirmed)
Panelists:
Federico Restrepo Posada, Gerente General, Autopistas del Sol (Confirmed)
Lauro Bravar, Business Development Director, OHL (Confirmed)
Carlos Royo, Director de Explotación Sudamérica, Iridium-ACS (Confirmed)
Gabriel Gonzalez Anton, Director General, Ferrovial Agroman Colombia (Confirmed)
Francisco Lozano, President, Concesia (Confirmed)

11:45

Roundtable: Ports Infrastructure
Preparing Colombia’s port for influx of trade and consequences of the Panama Canal.
Challenges moving forward modernization and upgrades plans for Caribbean Ports.
How to apply innovative processes and technology to expand loading capacity and loader efficiency?
Panelists:
Juan Miguel Duran Prieto, Superintendente de Puertos y Transporte, Supertransporte Gobierno Colombiano (Confirmed)
Rene Puche, Presidente, Puerto de Barranquilla (Confirmed)

12:30

Lunch Break– Sponsorship Opportunities Available

1:45

Roundtable: Airport Infrastructure
Booming traffic growth as the main driver for growth in the region demands upgrading Colombia’s Airports.
What are the country’s most prevailing challenges in overcoming concentration and overcrowding?
Operator, Developer and Regulator perspectives in investing in new airport infrastructure for Colombia.
Moderator:
Juan Gabriel Perez, Director, Invest in Bogota (Confirmed)
Panelists:
Dr. Andres Figueredo, Vice-Presidente de Gestion Contractual Aeropuertos, ANI (Confirmed)
Jesus Puy, Director for Infrastructure, Hill International Latin America (Confirmed)
Gustavo Lenis, Director, Aeronáutica Civil (Confirmed)

2:30

Roundtable: Project Developer Considerations, Competitiveness in Colombia’s Road Concessions
Private-Public Partnerships in roads infrastructure and opportunities and challenges in entering rural regions.
Perspectives from international & local project developers on delivering projects; roads, bridges, tunnels.
Financial vs operational risks and challenges in expanding/ rehabilitating Peru’s road networks.
Panelists:
Leonidas Narvaez Morales, Director, INVIAS (Confirmed)
Arturo Moreno, International Director for Roads, ICA (Confirmed)
Bernardo Serafim, President, Andrade Gutierrez Colombia (Confirmed)
Marco Pitacco, Business Development Divisions International & Infrastructure Development, Strabag(Confirmed)

3:15

Afternoon Break- Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Part 3– Transporting Commodities– Mining & Energy Infrastructure

3:30

Roundtable: From Pit to Port– Mining and the Future of Railway Transportation in Colombia
Bringing back the renaissance years in freight transportation.
Upgrading tracks and railway networks to accommodate growth and commodity demands.
Principal challenger for operators and developers in executing successful project completion.
Panelists:
Miguel Centanaro Meza, President, Ferropetrol (Confirmed)
Patrick Ross, President, Fenoco (Confirmed)
Rafael Roldan, Operations General Manager, Mineros SA (Confirmed)
Ramiro Rivera, Director de Operaciones, Ferrocarril del Pacifico (Confirmed)

4:15

Roundtable: Energy Transportation Infrastructure
Rethinking development risk and merchant risk in the current market.
Viability of new energy-generation and transportation technologies.
Current barriers in energy infrastructure investments– a Project Developer Perspective.
Panelists:
Jorge Ivan Lopez, Director Corporativo de Concesiones Viales, ISA (Confirmed)
Sandra Fonseca, President, EEB (Confirmed)
Alberto Consuegra, Vice-Presidente de Operaciones Nacionales, Equion Energia (Confirmed)
Alfredo Gruber, Subdirector, Vetra Group (Confirmed)
Jose Joaquin Pinto, Gerente de Proyectos, Proyecto Modernicacion Refinieria de Barrancabermeja, Ecopetrol (Confirmed)

5:00

Closing Remarks:
Ana Carolina Romero, Infrastructure Project Manager, Latin Markets (Confirmed)

5:10

Afternoon Networking Cocktails

8:00

Registration Opens and Morning Refreshments—Sponsorship Opportunities Available

8:55

Welcoming Remarks:
Ana Carolina Romero, Project Manager Infrastructure, Latin Markets

9:00

Keynote Speaker: An Overview Private Sector Perspectives in Infrastructure Investment
Presenter:
Part 4- Urban Infrastructure Development

9:30

Roundtable: Case Study– City of Bogota Latin America’s Capital of Connectivity
Bogota’s urban performance as Colombia’s Metropolis.
Urban competitiveness in connectivity and speed– mass transportation considerations.
Panelists:
Gareth Fairweather, Principal Town Planner, Transport for London (Confirmed)
TBA, Metro de Bogota (invited)
Luis Fernando Lozano, Director de Conectividad, Ministerio de Tecnología (Confirmed)
Dr. Sergio Paris, Gerente General, Transmilenio (Confirmed)

10:15

Morning Networking Break– Refreshments Sponsorship Available

10:30

Roundtable: Case Study– City of Medellin and Cali
Tale of Twin cities– Medellin and Cali compete in mass transportation with Bogota.
Panelists:
Carlos Chavez, CFO, Metro de Medellín (Confirmed)
Juanita Concha, Managing Director for Transportation, Metrocali (Confirmed)
Margarita Angel, Gerente General, Empresa de Desarrollo de Medellin (Confirmed)

11:15

Roundtable: Water Management & Sanitation
Regulator perspectives and frameworks in water management projects vs EPC perspectives.
Panelists:
Julio Cesar Aguilera, Director, Comisión de Regulación de Agua (Confirmed)
Gabriel Gonzalez Anton, Director General, Ferrovial Agroman Colombia (Confirmed)

12:00

Roundtable: Telecommunications & Technological Infrastructure
Drastic regulatory changes and its effect in telecom infrastructure.
Panelists:
Alberto Samuel Yohai, Presidente, Camara Colombiana de Informática y Telecomunicaciones (Confirmed)

12:30

Lunch Break– Sponsorship Available
Part 5- Financing Infrastructure Projects in Colombia

1:45

Roundtable: Accessing Capital—Investor Perspectives, Private Equity, Multi-lateral s and Pension Funds
Deals in Colombia: pools of capital versus quantity of deals.
Middle-market investment and the future of infrastructure investments in Colombia.
Principal challenges investing in Colombia projects versus optimal opportunities.
Panelists:
Manuel Eduardo Garcia, Superintendente de Servicios Bancarios Financiamientos e Inversiones, Pemex (Confirmed)
Peter Grossich, President, Nexus Capital Partners (Confirmed)
Sebastian Ramirez, Director Economico, Asofondos (Confirmed)
Roberto Valverde, Managing Director Latin America, Darby Overseas (Confirmed)
Felipe Pinto, Managing Director, P2 Brasil (Confirmed)

2:30

Roundtable: Effective Project Finance Strategies Applied-Funding Challenges
Regional project finance debt market profile: challenges in structuring large scale projects.
Banking market for project finance; Strategic partnerships, currency considerations, & local capital markets.
Structural innovations in light of markets constraints– performance, construction, refinancing risk.
Moderator:
Damian Polla, Director Origination and Structured Finance Americas, BESI (Confirmed)
Panelists:
Beatriz Eugenia Morales, Vice-Presidenta Estructuración de Proyectos, ANI (Confirmed)
Camilo Jaramillo, Managing Director, Infracon– Conalvias (Confirmed)
Gustavo Rodriguez, CEO, Grodco (Confirmed)

3:30

Afternoon Break- Sponsorship Opportunities Available

3:45

Roundtable: Risk Mitigation & Risk Management in Successfully in Building & Operating Projects
Decreasing construction risk to support successful execution of raising capital
Structural enhancements to concession agreements and the mitigation of performance risk
Significance of Insurance Companies, Guarantees and ECAs in financing and building projects in Colombia
Panelists:
Carlos Alberto Sepulveda, Infrastructure Division, Inter-American Development Bank (Confirmed)
Victor Traverso, Country Manager, CAF (Confirmed)

4:30

Roundtable: Project Sponsor Concerns: Preparing for the Changing Life of Mega-projects
EPC overviews on the developing multi-sectorial projects in the region
Lessons learned from successful project sponsors: Building, Operating and Securing Cash-flow
Strategic partnerships development: working with other EPC to develop a strong consortium
Panelists:
Roger Bonet, President, Colombeia (Confirmed)
Sergio Paguay, Gerente General, Hidalgo & Hidalgo (Confirmed)

5:00

Closing Remarks:
Ana Carolina Romero, Project Manager Infrastructure, Latin Markets (Confirmed)