Infrastructure/Transportation Projects

  • Infra Finance Breakfast Club

    27 Oct 2017
    New York

    The Infra Finance Breakfast Club held a panel session entitled “Autonomous and Connected Vehicles – Implications and Opportunities for the Infra Investor,” which took place at Shearman & Sterling’s New York office on October 27, 2017. Counsel Paul Epstein (New York-Project Development & Finance) moderated the session. Paul also gave opening remarks in which he highlighted key drivers of the increased global interest in autonomous vehicles (or AVs), including advances in technology, changes in demographic attitudes, the expanding market for electric vehicles and an increased focus on connectivity (or Internet of Things (IoT)) in the auto industry.

  • US-Africa Business Summit

    16 Jul 2017
    Washington DC
    Counsel Kimberly Heimert (Washington, D.C.-Project Development & Finance), moderated a panel of industry leaders at the Corporate Council on Africa’s U.S.-Africa Business Summit on July 16, focusing on African Integrated Regional Infrastructure Projects.
  • 2nd Annual Business Council of Mongolia Summit 2017

    19 Jun 2017

    Partner Matthew Bersani (Hong Kong-Capital Markets), Global Head of Shearman & Sterling’s Corporate Finance Group, spoke at a panel discussion titled “Overcoming Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Gap” at the 2nd Annual Business Council of Mongolia (BCM) Summit 2017 in Mongolia. Bersani and other speakers discussed the insights and challenges for the private sector on how to make contributions to infrastructure and trade development in the region and benefit from the progress.

  • The Belt and Road: “Rules of the Road”

    13 Jun 2017

    Partners Brian Burke (New York/Shanghai-Litigation), Nils Eliasson (Hong Kong-International Arbitration) and Emmanuel Jacomy (Beijing-International Arbitration) hosted the Belt and Road seminar at The Langham Shanghai Xintiandi Hotel in Shanghai, China on June 13. The seminar focused on the legal and operational risks that may arise in reaching the markets along the Belt and Road initiative.

  • P3 Breakfast Club

    19 Oct 2016
    New York City

    Counsel Paul Epstein (New York-Project Development & Finance) moderated a breakfast panel of the P3 Breakfast Club entitled “The U.S. Water Sector and Private Sector Investment” on October 19, 2016.

  • Construction Arbitration in Africa

    8-9 Sep 2016
    Beijing, China
    Counsel Emmanuel Jacomy (Hong Kong/Singapore-International Arbitration) conducted a presentation at the "2016 Annual Conference: Belt and Road Initiative - How would that change arbitration and ADR?" organized by the China Academy of Arbitration law and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Jacomy spoke on “Construction Arbitration in Africa”.
  • InfraAmericas US P3 Infrastructure Forum 2016

    15-16 Jun 2016
    New York
    Shearman & Sterling was a sponsor of the InfraAmericas US P3 Infrastructure Forum 2016, which took place at the Grand Hyatt in New York City.
  • US Election & Infrastructure Market Forum

    8 Jun 2016
    New York
    Shearman & Sterling hosted, along with 32 advisors, a forum on the US Election & Infrastructure Market. Counsel Paul Epstein (New York-Project Development & Finance) delivered introductory remarks.
  • Competition Law Challenges in the Transport Sector

    27-28 Jan 2016
    Partner Geert Goeteyn (Brussels, London-Antitrust) chaired the first day of the IBC Legal conference on competition law challenges in the transport sector. Recent legal and regulatory developments affecting the aviation (Day 1) and shipping (Day 2) industries were discussed.
  • Urban Land Institute Infrastructure Summit

    29 Oct 2015
    New York City
    Shearman & Sterling hosted the 2015 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Infrastructure Summit on October 29th.

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