Andre Cheng

Andre Cheng

Vice President Kerogen Capital

Andre Cheng is a member of the Investment and Portfolio Management Team. Prior to joining Kerogen, he was an Associate at Jefferies in the energy investment banking group in Houston and Hong Kong from 2011 to 2015, specialising in upstream oil and gas. He assisted in advising a diverse range of oil and gas clients including Asian NOCs and large independents, in transactions spanning North America, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. 

Andre holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Duke University.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 11:00 To 11:40

11/08/2018 11:00 11/08/2018 11:40 How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? The International view of Africa has developed in the past decade as a far more risk adjusted investment destination for global financiers. Whilst the economies across the continent continue to grow despite global economic uncertainty, Africa offers strong opportunities and high return. That said, the investment deficit for core infrastructure remains high and across this session we explore how we can remove bottlenecks in the Africa energy sector to allow for more transaction and investment flow.

•    What are the key bottlenecks delaying capital flows into Africa infrastructure?  
•    How can governments create enabling environments and incentives to attract PE?
•    How can government and private sector collaborate to drive infrastructure and shovel ready projects development?
•    How fund managers are developing, evaluating and originating infrastructure projects in the African upstream?
 
CTICC

CTICC

"How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? "

Andre Cheng John Deaver Alexander III Temilade Aduroja

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 11:00 To 11:40

11/08/2018 11:00 11/08/2018 11:40 How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? The International view of Africa has developed in the past decade as a far more risk adjusted investment destination for global financiers. Whilst the economies across the continent continue to grow despite global economic uncertainty, Africa offers strong opportunities and high return. That said, the investment deficit for core infrastructure remains high and across this session we explore how we can remove bottlenecks in the Africa energy sector to allow for more transaction and investment flow.

•    What are the key bottlenecks delaying capital flows into Africa infrastructure?  
•    How can governments create enabling environments and incentives to attract PE?
•    How can government and private sector collaborate to drive infrastructure and shovel ready projects development?
•    How fund managers are developing, evaluating and originating infrastructure projects in the African upstream?
 
CTICC

CTICC

"How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? "

Andre Cheng John Deaver Alexander III Temilade Aduroja
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 11:00 To 11:40

11/08/2018 11:00 11/08/2018 11:40 How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? The International view of Africa has developed in the past decade as a far more risk adjusted investment destination for global financiers. Whilst the economies across the continent continue to grow despite global economic uncertainty, Africa offers strong opportunities and high return. That said, the investment deficit for core infrastructure remains high and across this session we explore how we can remove bottlenecks in the Africa energy sector to allow for more transaction and investment flow.

•    What are the key bottlenecks delaying capital flows into Africa infrastructure?  
•    How can governments create enabling environments and incentives to attract PE?
•    How can government and private sector collaborate to drive infrastructure and shovel ready projects development?
•    How fund managers are developing, evaluating and originating infrastructure projects in the African upstream?
 
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 11:00 To 11:40

11/08/2018 11:00 11/08/2018 11:40 How can we drive transaction in African Infrastructure? The International view of Africa has developed in the past decade as a far more risk adjusted investment destination for global financiers. Whilst the economies across the continent continue to grow despite global economic uncertainty, Africa offers strong opportunities and high return. That said, the investment deficit for core infrastructure remains high and across this session we explore how we can remove bottlenecks in the Africa energy sector to allow for more transaction and investment flow.

•    What are the key bottlenecks delaying capital flows into Africa infrastructure?  
•    How can governments create enabling environments and incentives to attract PE?
•    How can government and private sector collaborate to drive infrastructure and shovel ready projects development?
•    How fund managers are developing, evaluating and originating infrastructure projects in the African upstream?
 
CTICC
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CTICC

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