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Long-Term Investing - July 03, 2013

Frédéric Blanc-Brude, Research Director at EDHEC Risk Institute—Asia, invited to speak on long-term investing at G20 and OECD/APEC meetings

Frédéric Blanc-Brude, Research Director at EDHEC Risk Institute—Asia, will be speaking on the theme of long-term investing at two separate events in July and August.

On 18 July, 2013, Dr. Blanc-Brude will be participating in a session entitled "Financial institutions for development using PPP for attracting long term private capital" at the G20 ministerial meeting in Moscow, the theme of this year’s international conference being "Sustainable Growth Through Long Term Investments".

Dr. Blanc-Brude has also been invited to speak at an OECD/APEC conference held on 29 August, 2013 in Indonesia where he will be a panellist in a session on "Instruments and incentives for financing of infrastructure by institutional investors", alongside Kamran Kham, Director of the World Bank, amongst others. The session will look at the role of public sector and multilaterals in leveraging government balance sheets and mitigating the risks, the risk profile of infrastructure projects, direct public financing and public guarantees as financial instruments, and new policy initiatives.

Frédéric Blanc-Brude is Research Director at EDHEC Risk Institute–Asia and heads the Institute’s thematic research programme on infrastructure financing and investment.

Prior to joining EDHEC-Risk Institute, he worked for ten years in the infrastructure finance sector advising developers, financiers, governments, and supranationals, and being actively involved in transactions representing a cumulative value of more than USD6bn in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Between 2008 and 2011, he headed the Chinese operations of a boutique consultancy specialised in energy and water projects.

Dr. Blanc-Brude has published his infrastructure research in academic journals, co-authored reports for supranationals such as the European Investment Bank and the World Bank as well as for the World Economic Forum and other commercial entities, and has presented his work at various academic and industry conferences.

He has taught international finance at King’s College London and designed and delivered executive seminars on infrastructure finance.

He holds a PhD in Finance from King’s College London, an MSc in Political Theory from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Master in Economics from Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po).