Briefing by Infrastructure Asia

Lee Sze Liang, Director, Infrastructure Advisory Practice, Infrastructure Asia; Ng Kai Scene, Director, Strategy and Partnerships, Infrastructure Asia; and Wilson Yung, Lead, Strategy & Partnerships, Infrastructure Asia

Venue : AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre #23-03 S(228208) - Stamford American Auditorium

Date : October 09, 2018

Time : 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Price : $0.00

2018-10-09 08:00:00 2018-10-09 09:30:00 Asia/Singapore Briefing by Infrastructure Asia - AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre #23-03 S(228208) - Stamford American Auditorium AmCham Singapore

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Hosted by the Energy, Financial Services, Government & Regional Affairs, Information, Communications, & Technology, Legal & IPR, and Supply Chain, Transportation, & Logistics Committees

Infrastructure Asia is an initiative which will support Asia’s economic and social growth through infrastructure development. The newly established office will work hand-in-hand with players in the regional infrastructure ecosystem, as well as harness the collective capabilities and networks of various Singapore government agencies (including Enterprise Singapore, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Economic Development Board, and Professional Services Programme Office) to catalyse infrastructure projects in the region.

Infrastructure Asia will be providing a briefing to AmCham’s members to better understand the industry’s views on infrastructure development in Asia, and to engage partners across the value chain, including infrastructure developers, institutional investors, multilaterals, and legal, accounting, and financial services providers, to meet Asia’s growing demand for infrastructure.

LEE Sze Liang
Director, Infrastructure Advisory Practice
Infrastructure Asia

Lee Sze Liang was appointed Director of Infrastructure Advisory Practice, Infrastructure Asia with effect from 1 April 2018.

Sze Liang is concurrently a Deputy Director in the Financial Markets Development Department of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). MAS is Singapore’s central bank and conducts integrated supervision of financial services and financial stability surveillance. MAS also works closely with other government agencies and financial institutions to develop and promote Singapore as a regional and international financial centre. At MAS, Sze Liang works on strategising and developing initiatives to grow and strengthen Singapore as an infrastructure financing hub.

Sze Liang started his career in The Sumitomo Bank, Singapore as a loan syndications officer, and subsequently an associate consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, London. He holds a MBA from London Business School and a Bachelor of Accountancy with 2nd Upper Class Honours from Nanyang Technological University.

NG Kai Scene
Director, Strategy and Partnerships
Infrastructure Asia

Ng Kai Scene was appointed Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Infrastructure Asia with effect from 1 April 2018.

She was previously the Divisional Director of IE Singapore’s Environment Solutions Division. At IE Singapore, Kai Scene was responsible for supporting Singapore-based environmental solutions companies to venture into China, India, Indonesia and the Middle East.
  Her focus sectors include water and waste management, and conventional and renewable energy. She also works on strategising and developing initiatives to grow and strengthen Singapore as an infrastructure hub.

Kai Scene started her career in ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd as a Process Engineer and subsequently a Planning Analyst with its Singapore refinery. She holds a Master of Science (Environmental Management) and a Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) with 1st Class Honours from the National University of Singapore.

Wilson YUNG
Lead, Strategy & Partnerships
Infrastructure Asia

Wilson Yung joined Infrastructure Asia in June 2018.

He was previously Manager (Economic Research) at the National Climate Change Secretariat, which is part of the Strategy Group at the Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore. His main role was to develop and coordinate Singapore’s carbon tax policy and implementation plan.

He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (1st Class Honours) in finance and economics from the National University of Singapore, and a Master of Public Administration in energy and environment from Columbia University.

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