Surbana Jurong participates at Global Infrastructure Summit
Over 200 of the world’s leaders in infrastructure development and investment gathered in Singapore at the fourth McKinsey & Company’s GII Summit.
Over 200 of the world’s leaders in infrastructure development and investment gathered in Singapore at the fourth McKinsey & Company’s GII Summit to exchange ideas and help advance change in the approach to capital projects and infrastructure globally.
Surbana Jurong’s leadership team participated in the fourth McKinsey & Company’s Global Infrastructure Initiative (GII) Summit last week. Approximately 200 of the world’s leaders in infrastructure development and investment gathered in Singapore to exchange ideas and help advance change in the approach to capital projects and infrastructure globally. Themed “New Solutions for Global Infrastructure”, senior leaders focused on practical ways to better plan, finance, build and operate infrastructure and capital projects.
SMEC’s CEO Andy Goodwin, led one of the discussions on Overcoming Jurisdictional Boundaries at the high-level forum. Surbana Jurong Group Chairman Liew Mun Leong, engaged the audience with his insights on The Belt and Road Initiative while Group CEO Wong Heang Fine, shared his views in a plenary session on Rethinking the Planning Process.
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