InfraCo Asia Stories

InfraCo Asia Stories provide a glimpse into the people behind the projects we do. From Board members to site managers, Management Team members to development partners, this is the place to learn more about the individuals who help bring our work to life.

In emerging markets, patience is a virtue in the race to net zero

InfraCo Asia CEO Allard M. Nooy and InfraCo Africa CEO Gilles Vaes share how ‘patient capital’ is needed for high-quality infrastructure projects to get off the ground and how this is able to deliver sustainable development impact and financial returns for private sector investors in the emerging and frontier markets of South and Southeast Asia, as well as sub-Saharan Africa.

Their views are covered in an article recently published on the World Economic Forum’s Agenda blog.

Looking to build a stronger HSES culture? Start from the ground up

Colin Liu is Health, Safety, Environmental & Social (HSES) Manager at InfraCo Asia. He provides HSES oversight and advice throughout the project delivery lifecycle, covering InfraCo Asia’s portfolio in South and Southeast Asia.

Pioneering infrastructure in Myanmar – the last frontier for wind power

Kenneth Goh is Programme Manager at InfraCo Asia. He oversees InfraCo Asia’s contracted developer teams, covering a portfolio of 20 projects covering South and Southeast Asia. ICM is InfraCo Asia’s contracted developer team for Myanmar, where InfraCo Asia’s programme is funded by the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), a member of the Private Infrastructure Development Group.

The Right Team for the Job

Prior to her retirement from the legal industry, InfraCo Asia Non-Executive Director Amy Lee was a consultant with Singapore boutique law firm, Tan Kok Quan Partnership, where she specialised in infrastructure developments and government advisory work. Decades of experience working on projects in the region built up her belief that right mix of people is the key element in bringing new infrastructure initiatives to life.

Three ways in which InfraCo Asia is empowering women and girls

Claudine Lim, Chief Operating Officer of InfraCo Asia, is a long-term advocate of the empowerment of women and girls. Along with being a key contributor to PIDG’s Gender Task Force, Claudine is also chairperson of Aidha, a social enterprise which provides courses to improve the financial literacy of foreign domestic workers and lower-income women in Singapore.

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