Nearly 90 years after the launch of the New Deal, the Biden administration is setting out plans for unprecedented investment in US infrastructure and clean energy, plans that are at the heart of the administration’s recovery program.
Amid all the fanfare, the key questions for the global investor community will be how and when key projects are structured and brought to market – join our expert panel to understand why this time the US opportunity is different.
Andrew Herring, partner, Global Infrastructure Group, Squire Patton Boggs
John D. Porcari, President, Axilion USA; former Deputy Secretary, US Department of Transportation; and former Secretary, Maryland Department of Transportation
Zach Schafer, CEO and executive director, United for Infrastructure
Rodney Slater, partner, Global Infrastructure Group, Squire Patton Boggs; and former Secretary, US Department of Transportation
Bill Shuster, senior policy advisor, Squire Patton Boggs; former US Congressman and Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee