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DATE AND TIME
Mon, 11 Nov. 2019, 09:00
Wed, 13 Nov. 2019, 13:00
London and Manchester
This event is being held in conjunction with the Webinar: An Introduction to the Asian Development Bank
The seminar programme will include:
- In-depth discussions on several topics surrounding business opportunities in key sectors and themes
- One-to-one meetings available with Asian Development Bank, World Bank, and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development specialists
- One-to-one consultations with the Department for International Trade
- Derrick Sanyahumbi, Chief Operating Officer, British Expertise International
- Jeffrey Taylor, Director of Procurement, Portfolio, and Financial Management Department, Asian Development Bank
- Victoria Sibal, Regional Officer for Aid-Funded Business, British Embassy Manila
- Paul North, ASEAN Trade Adviser, UK-ASEAN Business Council
- Samantha Hung, Deputy Representative, European Representative Office
Aid-funded business consists of commercial opportunities borne out of assistance programmes by multilateral development banks and organisations. Institutions like the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have a wide development portfolio across Asia-Pacific, generating business opportunities in key sectors and themes.
The UK and the ADB
The UK has a strong record of winning business with the ADB. The UK is among those top-ranked globally in securing ADB consultancy contracts, with known strengths in the Bank’s priority sectors (transport, water and environment, education and skills). In 2018, UK firms have secured a total of £124 million in ADB procurement across said sectors.
Working with the ADB
The UK-ASEAN Business Council, in partnership with British Expertise International (BEI), Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the Department for International Trade (DIT), is organising this ADB Business Opportunities Seminar.
Specialists from the Bank will be presenting an institutional overview of the ADB, its procurement framework and reforms, and updated project pipelines across Asia-Pacific under its sector and thematic assistance programmes.
We will also have specialists from the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development presenting their respective pipelines.
All attendees can also seek one-to-one meetings with the specialists after the sessions. To express your interest in 1-2-1 sessions please email: email@example.com
For more information, please contact:
UK-ASEAN Business Council
British Expertise International
UK Department for International Trade (Manila)
10 Queen Street Place
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
To register your attendance for the seminar in London or Manchester, please click the appropriate links below.