The long-term investments required for the development of infrastructure projects attracts commercial banks, capital markets and other institutional investors to participate. The creation of financial instruments such as Fibra E and CerPIs have increased the appetite of Mexican pension funds. According to the financial sector, the money to fill Mexico’s infrastructure gap is available but there are no viable projects to invest in. The US’ current political and economic environment is impacting Mexico’s decision- makers when establishing financial policies.
Experts in financing projects will share their experience financing Mexico’s development and the challenges that will come in the following years to boost the country’s infrastructure competitiveness.