Event Details


Global | October 20, 2020

Peru has had a consistent track record in energy and infrastructure development and finance, but that ended within the past few years. Despite being one of the fastest growing economies in LATAM, Peru's infrastructure gap compares unfavorably in the region at $1.1bn. In a context of political instability and a global pandemic, much of Peru's efforts to bridge that gap have been focused on mechanisms designed to promote investment in energy, transportation, sanitation, health, telecommunications, water and education. Public and private sector specialists will discuss the challenges and opportunities presented at this crossroad.

Please join us for our monthly webinar series, Looking toward Latin America, with our fourth installment, Peruvian energy and infrastructure market update, co-hosted by Miranda & Amado Abogados.


Raquel Bierzwinsky, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP


Gabriel Daly, General Director of Private Investment, Ministry of Economy and Finance of Peru

Enrique Felices, Partner, Miranda & Amado Abogados

Rodrigo Franco, Managing Director, Infrastructure, Brookfield

Jorge Yataco, Managing Director, Head of Investment Banking & Finance, BBVA 


Co Partner-in-Charge, Washington, DC