Pan-Baltic Infrastructure Summit 2017

The first in the Baltics

28-29 September 2017

Vilnius, Lithuania

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Pan-Baltic Infrastructure Summit

Pan-Baltic Infrastructure Summit INFRA2017, which was the first and the most comprehensive in the Baltics, took place on the 28th and 29th of September in Vilnius.
It brought together the community of infrastructure and energy experts in Baltics - more than 200 policy makers, investors, lenders, developers and infrastructure asset owners were attending the summit.
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Keynote themes and speakers

Creative experts making great ideas happen

Alexander Stubb

European Investment Bank,
Vice President

Pan-Baltic Outlook for Infrastructure Investments

Alexander Stubb is Vice President of the European Investment Bank. He has served as Prime Minister, Finance Minister, Foreign Minister, Trade and Europe Minister of Finland. His background is in academia and civil service, with a focus on EU affairs. 

Alexander Stubb

European Investment Bank,
Vice President

Sergei Guriev

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Chief Economist

Infrastructure as a source of growth in middle income countries

Sergei Guriev joined EBRD in 2016 after running the New Economic School in Moscow in 2004-13 and serving as a tenured professor of economics at Sciences Po, Paris in 2013-16.

Dr. Guriev’s research interests include contract theory, corporate governance, political economics and labor mobility.

Sergei Guriev

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Chief Economist

Katerina Labrousse

World Economic Forum,
Project Lead

World Economic Forum perspective on private investment in infrastructure

Katerina Labrousse oversees the National Infrastructure Acceleration (NIA) workstream at the World Economic Forum, where she leads a public-private initiative that helps policy makers streamline their national infrastructure programmes by means of country-specific action plans.

Katerina Labrousse

World Economic Forum,
Project Lead

Roxana Slavcheva

The Economist Intelligence Unit,
Cities Economist

Enabling smart, sustainable and liveable cities in the Baltics

As The Economist Intelligence Unit's cities economist, Roxana Slavcheva leads strategy and support for current projects and new product development on city level. 

Roxana Slavcheva

The Economist Intelligence Unit,
Cities Economist

Arnoldas Pranckevičius

Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

Arnoldas Pranckevičius is the Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania.  Before joining the Commission in October 2016, he spent 11 years at the European Parliament, serving as diplomatic adviser to EP Presidents Martin Schulz and Jerzy Buzek, advising them on Russia, Eastern Partnership, Western Balkans and Asia, coordinating the work of Cox-Kwasniewski mission in Ukraine, working in the Committee for Foreign Affairs and with the Interparliamentary delegations.

Arnoldas Pranckevičius

Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

Camilo Guerrero

The Economist Intelligence Unit,
Consultant

Measuring the enabling environment for public-private partnerships in infrastructure

Camilo is a Consultant in The Economist Intelligence Unit's Public Policy team. He develops research and analysis projects for clients in the public, private, multilateral and non-profit sectors.

Camilo Guerrero

The Economist Intelligence Unit,
Consultant

Vidmantas Macevičius

Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania, Vice-Minister

Vidmantas Macevičius is the Vice - Minister of Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania. He was the CEO of „Mažeikių nafta“ in 1999, a company which is responsible for operating the only refinery in Lithuania. 

Vidmantas Macevičius

Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania, Vice-Minister

Remigijus Šimašius

Mayor of Vilnius

Born in 1974, Remigijus is a lawyer by background, with a Master’s degree gained at Vilnius University and a PhD from Vilnius Law University. An active member of the Liberal Party since his student days, he has quickly ascended its ranks, spurred on by a desire to create a more transparent business and political environment for his native country.

Remigijus Šimašius

Mayor of Vilnius

Rūta Dapkutė-Stankevičienė

Ministry of Finance, Lithuania, Deputy Director of EU Structural Assistance Department

Rūta Dapkutė-Stankevičienė oversees management of 2014-2020 Operational Program for European Structural and Investment Funds in Lithuania.

Rūta Dapkutė-Stankevičienė

Ministry of Finance, Lithuania, Deputy Director of EU Structural Assistance Department

Vilius Juzikis

Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking Division at SEB Lithuania

Vilius Juzikis, member of the Management Board of SEB Bank, is responsible for the activities of Corporate Banking Division. He has more than 16 years of experience in corporate banking, including 1 year of working in SEB Group credit area in Sweden. Before that he was CEO of SEB Lizingas. 

Vilius Juzikis

Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking Division at SEB Lithuania

Giedrius Rūškys

Project and Structured Finance North, Central and South East Europe European Investment Bank

Giedrius is a Loan Officer at European Investment Bank focusing on Project and Structured Finance transactions in geographical area covering Nordic countries, Baltic Sea area, and Central and South Eastern Europe. 

Giedrius Rūškys

Project and Structured Finance North, Central and South East Europe European Investment Bank

Ignas Pliuškys

CIO, Member of the Board of SEB Investment Management in Lithuania

Ignas Pliuškys has 11 years of experience in asset management industry with a focus on pension funds and institutional portfolios management. He has been working with SEB Investment Management for 9 years. 

Ignas Pliuškys

CIO, Member of the Board of SEB Investment Management in Lithuania

Kari Homanen

Nordic Environment Corporation Executive Vice President

Mr. Homanen has M.Sc. in Engineering. His first overseas assignment was in Tanzania back in 1982. Since then he has had several managerial positions in consulting firms or financing agency in various countries including Thailand, Latvia and United States. 

Kari Homanen

Nordic Environment Corporation Executive Vice President

Vilius Girkontas

Senior Manager at the Nordic Investment Bank, Helsinki

Vilius Girkontas works as Senior Manager at the Nordic Investment Bank, Helsinki. He represents Infrastructure, Transport & Telecom unit. 

Vilius Girkontas

Senior Manager at the Nordic Investment Bank, Helsinki

Pawel Bondar

IBM,
Resiliency and Systems Services Sales Leader

Case study of energy efficiency

Paweł Bondar, has been with IBM Poland and Baltics since 2002. Focusing on infrastructure service: Site and Facilities, Data Center, Energy Efficiency and IT continuity and disaster recovery solutions. Graduated from Warsaw Technical University and MBA in Leon Kozmiński in Warsaw.

Pawel Bondar

IBM,
Resiliency and Systems Services Sales Leader

Simona Oliškevičiūtė-Cicėnienė

Partner and Head of Real Estate and Infrastructure Department at COBALT Lithuania

Partner and Head of Real Estate and Infrastructure Department at COBALT Lithuania.

Simona Oliškevičiūtė-Cicėnienė

Partner and Head of Real Estate and Infrastructure Department at COBALT Lithuania

Tadas Gudaitis

Swedbank Asset Management in Lithuania,
CEO

Tadas Gudaitis is CEO of Swedbank Asset Management in Lithuania. He has more 15 years’ experience in asset management, life insurance and pension funds. Swedbank group is active institutional investor in Baltic region.

Tadas Gudaitis

Swedbank Asset Management in Lithuania,
CEO

Karolis Sankovski

Head of Lithuanian Railways Infrastructure department

Karolis Sankovski has gathered a long-term experience in implementing strategic projects of infrastructure.

Karolis Sankovski

Head of Lithuanian Railways Infrastructure department

Jekaterina Šarmavičienė

Central Project Management Agency Head of Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Jekaterina has 20+ years of experience of public investment planning and management. She is a Head of PPP Competence Center since its establishment in 2009 and holds a Professional   PPP Expert  Certificate from IP3 institute in the Washington, DC, USA.

Jekaterina Šarmavičienė

Central Project Management Agency Head of Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Neringa Pažūsienė

Central Project Management Agency Expert at Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Neringa has been working in the area of development and improvement of legal framework for the public investments, concessions and public procurement in Lithuania for 15 years. She has been the legal expert at PPP Competence Center since 2010. Neringa holds a of the Professional PPP Expert Certificate   from IP3 institute in the Washington, DC, USA.

Neringa Pažūsienė

Central Project Management Agency Expert at Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Linas Jasiukevičius

Central Project Management Agency Expert at Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Linas has joined the PPP Competence Centre in 2013 as financial expert. He is responsible for development of the methodological guidance for investment project preparation, cost benefit analysis, assessment of the social economic impact of investment, identification and valuation of risks. 

Linas Jasiukevičius

Central Project Management Agency Expert at Public Private Partnership Competence Center

Gediminas Almantas

CEO of Lithuanian Airports (LTOU)

Gediminas Almantas serves as the CEO of Lithuanian Airports (LTOU) since June 2014. LTOU manages an airport network of three Lithuanian airports – Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga.

Gediminas Almantas

CEO of Lithuanian Airports (LTOU)

Dace Cirule

Legal Manager at Deloitte Latvia in Legal department

Dace Cirule is a Legal Manager at Deloitte Latvia in Legal department. Dace is a well-recognized leading energy industry expert in Latvia posessing extensive knowledge and inside understanding of local market, with more than 15 years of practical experience.

Dace Cirule

Legal Manager at Deloitte Latvia in Legal department

Verners Akimovs

Head of Development instruments division Latvian state roads

Verners Akimovs - Head of Development instruments division and PPP project Ķekava bypass project manager in SJSC "Latvian State roads".

Verners Akimovs

Head of Development instruments division Latvian state roads

Andris Liepins

Manager at Deloitte Latvia, leading Risk & Regulatory business line

Andris Liepins is a Manager at Deloitte Latvia, leading Risk & Regulatory business line. Andris has more than 10 years of experience in financial markets in global arena, including structured debt financing and derivatives. 

Andris Liepins

Manager at Deloitte Latvia, leading Risk & Regulatory business line

Julien Mauduit

Senior Banker, Power & Energy Utilities, Responsible for Central and Eastern Europe

Julien Mauduit is a Senior Banker within the Power and Energy Utilities team (part of the EBRD Energy Business Group), who has the primary coverage responsibility for the Bank’s operations in this sector in Central and Eastern Europe. 

Julien Mauduit

Senior Banker, Power & Energy Utilities, Responsible for Central and Eastern Europe

Edward Farquharson

Principal Adviser, EPEC (European PPP Expertise Centre) at European Investment Bank

Ed has been involved in infrastructure projects and PPP transactions since the mid-80’s, starting his career as a member of the project finance team of Morgan Grenfell (later Deutsche Bank) where he worked for 8 years, based in London and Brazil.

Edward Farquharson

Principal Adviser, EPEC (European PPP Expertise Centre) at European Investment Bank

Vytautas Kieras

Head of Innovation and Service development at ESO

Vytautas Kieras is the Head of Innovation and Service development at ESO – the gas and electricity DSO of Lithuania, a company with the highest capitalization level in Nasdaq Baltic. Before joining ESO, Vytautas had worked with renewable energy projects in Lithuania, Sweden, Malaysia, Germany, Luxembourg and other countries.

Vytautas Kieras

Head of Innovation and Service development at ESO

Raimondas Polianinas

CFO in Kauno tiltai

Raimondas holds the position of CFO in Kauno tiltai, one of the largest civil engineering companies in Lithuania. As part of his previous tenures in positions of Treasurer and CFO in holding and investment companies Raimondas acquired valuable experience with large scale real estate and industrial projects, investment fund setup schemes, bank and capital markets financing as well as capital allocation decisions.

Raimondas Polianinas

CFO in Kauno tiltai

Šarūnas Stepukonis

BaltCap Infrastructure Fund; Investment Committee member

Šarūnas Stepukonis has been with BaltCap for six years and is responsible for BaltCap Infrastrcuture Fund activities.

Šarūnas Stepukonis

BaltCap Infrastructure Fund; Investment Committee member

Dmitri Vassiljev

Investment Officer at the European Investment Bank

Dmitri Vassiljev is an investment officer at the European Investment Bank. He is responsible for equity investments in infrastructure and renewable energy funds. Dmitri has more than 10 years of experience in renewable energy investments and finance.

Dmitri Vassiljev

Investment Officer at the European Investment Bank

Edgars Matulis

Senior Expert of Legal Department Procurement and State Real Estate Administration Policy Division

Senior Expert of Legal Department Procurement and State Real Estate Administration Policy Division.

Edgars Matulis

Senior Expert of Legal Department Procurement and State Real Estate Administration Policy Division

Marius Narmontas

Director of the Territorial planning and construction department, Ministry of Environment, Lithuania

Marius Narmontas has been working as the director of the Territorial planning, urban development and architecture department of Ministry of Environment since 2010.  Today he is responsible for policy making in the fields of construction sector progress, urban development, architecture, territorial planning, spatial planning and modernization of the apartment buildings. 

Marius Narmontas

Director of the Territorial planning and construction department, Ministry of Environment, Lithuania

Andrejs Apaņuks

Deputy Director of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs of Latvia

Education: Mg.oec. obtained in Riga Technical University in international economic relations in 2008.

Andrejs Apaņuks

Deputy Director of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs of Latvia

Mantas Kaušylas

Deputy Director at “Rail Baltica construction“

“Rail Baltica” is priority European Union Trans-European Network Transport project.

Mantas Kaušylas

Deputy Director at “Rail Baltica construction“

Event Program

  • 08:00 - 09:00

  • Registration and coffee

  • 09:00 - 09:10

  • Chair's opening remarks

Chairman: Arnoldas Pranckevičius, Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

  • 09:10 - 09:50

  • Opening keynote address and interview

Pan-Baltic outlook for infrastructure investments

  • Macro-factors affecting the region and Baltic countries
  • Pan-Baltic countries position in the context of Central/Eastern Europe
  • Opportunities and challenges for infrastructure development and investment
  • What are the prospects for infrastructure beyond 2020? 


Keynote Speaker: Alexander Stubb, Vice-President of the EIB
Interviewed by: Arnoldas Pranckevičius, Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

  • 09:50 - 10:30

  • Modernising Baltic countries – an investment agenda

  • What are countries long-term strategies for infrastructure development?
  • How to ensure strategic planning for infrastructure? 
  • How management of the infrastructure projects might be improved? Lessons learned from previous projects
  • What are the prospects after EU 2014-2020 funding?
  • How can private capital act as a catalyst?

Speaker: Rūta Dapkutė-Stankevičienė, Ministry of Finance, Lithuania; Marius Narmontas, Director of the Territorial Planning and Construction Department, Ministry of Environment, Lithuania
Interviewed by: Jekaterina Šarmavičienė, CVPA 

  • 10:30 - 11:00

  • Morning coffee break

  • 11:00 - 11:25

  • World Economic Forum perspective on private investment in infrastructure

  • Short political cycles, short-term investment horizons, and a lack of viable financing structures and risk assessment frameworks
  • Closing infrastructure funding gap
  • Strategic dialogue that allows policy-makers to express their long-term vision for infrastructure and development, the benefits this would bring to society, and how to share those fairly with investors
  • The key tenets of an attractive public-private partnership framework

Keynote Speaker: Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum 

  • 11:25 - 11:50

  • Infrastructure as a source of growth in middle income countries

  • The need for middle-income countries to find the new sources of growth and the role of infrastructure
  • Quantitative evidence of contribution of infrastructure to growth
  • The role of private sector in infrastructure investment

Keynote speaker: Sergei Guriev, Chief Economist at EBRD

  • 11:50 - 12:15

  • Economic infrastructure projects to boost competitiveness of the region

  • Key transport infrastructure developments in the Baltics: roads, airports, railway
  • What effect it may have on the growth of economy & competitiveness? 
  • What are the key elements to positively influence public opinion related to infrastructure projects?

Panelists: Mantas Kaušylas, Deputy Director at Rail Baltica Construction; Gediminas Almantas, CEO of Lithuanian Airports; Sergei Guriev, Chief Economist at EBRD; Šarūnas Stepukonis, BaltCap Infrastructure Fund
Moderator: Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum

  • 12:15 - 13:30

  • Lunch break

  • 13:30 - 14:00

  • Enabling smart, sustainable and liveable cities in the Baltics

  • Urban growth demands a shift in transport strategies
  • Policies before projects
  • Creating a seamless transport system
  • Collaboration, buy-in and public support

Presenter: Roxana Slavcheva, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Cities Economist

  • 14:00 - 14:30

  • Smart cities dialogue: Vilnius

Speaker: Remigijus Šimašius, Mayor of Vilnius
Interviewed by: Roxana Slavcheva, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Cities Economist 

  • 14:30 - 15:15

  • Assessing the future role of renewables in the Baltics market

  • Where are the key opportunities in renewables? 
  • What are the most concerning challenges that lie ahead for the clean energy development?
  • Incentive mechanisms: which model is the best for the green growth?

Panelists: Vidmantas Macevičius, Vice-minister, Ministry of Energy of Lithuania; Andrejs Apanuks, Deputy Director of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs of Latvia; Julien Mauduit, Senior Banker, EBRD Power & Energy Team
Moderator: Dace Cirule, Deloitte

  • 15:15 - 15:45

  • Afternoon coffee break

  • 15:45 - 16:15

  • Innovation in energy infrastructure: disrupt or be disrupted

  • The Future of Energy utility companies. Necessity for innovation
  • The first step in innovation
  • Why smart-metering is much more than everyone expects
  • From „buzzwords“ to action. Practical examples of innovation projects

Presenter: Vytautas Kieras, Head of Innovation Department, ESO

  • 16:15 - 17:00

  • Investor Outlook Panel: What are the top issues on the agenda for investors who actively allocate to the Infrastructure asset class?

  • Which assets and sectors are of most interest to financial investors?
  • The safest and riskiest sectors from a regulatory and political risk perspective
  • How important are ESG and sustainability for investors when investing into long-term infrastructure assets?
  • What mechanisms exist to enhance a country’s ability to attract additional sources of private infrastructure financing?

Panelists: Ignas Pliuškys, SEB Pension Funds; Vilius Girkontas, NIB; Kari Homanen, NEFCO; Dmitri Vassiljev, EIB; Vilius Juzikis, SEB
Moderator: Tadas Gudaitis, Swedbank Pension Funds

  • 17:00 - 17:15

  • Chair’s summary and close of Forum

  • 17:30 - 20:30

  • Networking & Drinks reception @Peronas

  • 08:30 - 09:30

  • Welcome coffee and registration

  • 09:30 - 09:40

  • Chair’s welcome back and summary of Day 1

Chairman: Arnoldas Pranckevičius, Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

  • 09:40 - 10:10

  • Baltic rail infrastructure projects – a step for future opportunities?

  • Lietuvos geležinkeliai - the largest state owned enterprise able to develop startegic infrastructure projects in Baltics
  • Rail Baltica: economic, social and environmental benefits for Baltic countries 
  • Railway electrification: game changing infrastructure project that will open new opportunities for passenger and cargo transportation as well as brings economic and environmental  benefits
  • Other infrastructure projects and their impact on economic and social development

Presenter: Karolis Sankovski, Head of Lithuanian Railways Infrastructure Department

  • 10:10 - 10:50

  • Measuring and enabling environment for public-private partnerships in infrastructure

  • Background: PPPs as a tool to close the infrastructure gap
  • The Infrascope tool: analysing the environment for PPPs
  • Lessons from the 2017 Infrascope

Speaker: Remigijus Šimašius, Mayor of Vilnius
Interviewed by: Roxana Slavcheva, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Cities Economist

  • 10:50 - 11:20

  • Coffee break

  • 11:20 - 11:50

  • Building together: public and private partnership

  • Exploring key challenges in putting together a PPP structure that aligns public sector goals with private sector interests
  • Public-private partnership as a chance to improve the standard of available infrastructure
  • Is the best practice applied?

Panelists: Jekaterina Šarmavičienė, CPMA; Giedrius Ruškys, European Investment Bank; Camillo Guerrero, The Economist Intelligence Unit; Raimondas Polianinas, Kauno tiltai
Moderator: Simona Oliškevičiūtė-Cicėnienė, Cobalt

  • 11:50 - 12:20

  • Case study: IBM Energy Efficiency Solution

  • Energy efficiency as a tool to mitigate climate change
  • Energy Efficiency vs. Energy savings
  • E-POWER: implementation in IKEA

Presenter: Pawel Bondar, Resiliency and Systems Services Sales Leader, IBM

  • 12:20 - 12:30

  • Chair’s summary and close of the Summit

Chairman: Arnoldas Pranckevičius, Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania

  • 12:30 - 13:30

  • Networking lunch

  • 10:30 - 11:00

  • Co-hosted workshop with Central Project Management Agency and World Economic Forum | Registration and coffee

Worshops - by invitations only

  • 11:00 - 11:10

  • Welcome by CPMA and World Economic Forum

Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum; Jekaterina Šarmavičienė, CPMA, Lithuanian PPP Competence Center

  • 11:10 - 11:40

  • PPP tendencies in Europe

  • Overview of the PPP market development
  • Overview of the EU countries efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of PPP
  • Examples of the EU practice, that could be relevant for Baltic States 

Edward Farquharson, European PPP Expertise Centre, EIB

  • 11:40 - 12:00

  • Fiscal discipline vs PPP

  • On balance or not on balance - this is the question
  • How to match strict fiscal discipline with PPP development 

Neringa Pažusienė, CPMA, Lithuanian PPP Competence Center

  • 12:00 - 13:00

  • Lunch break

  • 13:00 - 13:40

  • Approach to PPP in Baltic states: Lithuania PPP system and plans

  • Overview of the PPP system, PPP challenges  and perspective
  • How to make the life of projects’ developers easier – CBA tool 

Jekaterina Šarmavičienė, CPMA; Linas Jasiukevičius, CPMA, Lithuanian PPP Competence Center

  • 13:40 - 14:10

  • Approach to PPP in Baltic states: Latvia PPP system and plans

  • Approach to PPP in the Baltic States: Latvia, PPP system, PPP challenges  and perspective

Edgars Matulis, Legal Department, Procurement and State Real Estate Administration Policy Division, Ministry of Finance, Latvia; Gatis Flinters, COBALT, Latvia

  • 14:10 - 14:30

  • Discussion. Moderator: Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum

  • 14:30 - 15:15

  • Approach to PPP in Baltic states: practical cases, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

  • Lithuania: Police stations constructions and maintenance
  • Estonia: PPP practical cases
  • Latvia: Kekava bypass case study

Latvia, Andris Liepins, Deloitte, Verners Akimovs, Latvijas Celi; Lithuania, Police Stations, Police Department of Lithuania, Rimantas Bobinas; Estonia, Liina Naaber-Kivisoo, COBALT

  • 15:15 - 15:30

  • Discussion. Moderator: Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum

  • 15:30 - 16:00

  • Coffee break

  • 16:00 - 17:30

  • Interactive workshop IMPLEMENTATION OF PPP PROJECTS IN THE BALTICS: practice and example

Facilitated by: Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum

  • 17:30 - 17:45

  • Closure and summary key takeaways, the role of public-private collaboration, the need to align governments and commercial interests to embrace the approach

Katerina Labrousse, World Economic Forum; Jekaterina Šarmavičienė, CPMA, Lithuanian PPP Competence Center 

Representatives from the World Economic Forum, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Governments of the Baltic States and other public authorities, as well as private sector representatives, will present and discuss the following topics:

  • Prospects for Investments in Infrastructure
  • Implementation of Economic Infrastructure
  • Projects Infrastructure Tech – How is the Asset Class Being Disrupted?
  • Innovation in Infrastructure
  • The Future Role of Renewables in the Baltics
  • Market Energy Efficiency and ESCOs
  • Building Together: Public and Private Partnership
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Vilnius Railway Station

Gelezinkelio str. 16, Vilnius, Lithuania