Shreyas Bordia

Shreyas Bordia

Managing Director - Energy Investment Banking Citi

Shreyas has 21 years of industry and investment banking experience, and joined Citi’s Energy investment banking group from Morgan Stanley in 2015.

He initially spent 8 years at Shell's international E&P business. He worked offshore as drilling supervisor for 5 years and then spent 3 years in Shell E&P’s new business and M&A group.

Shreyas has a BA/MA Chemical Engineering degree from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
 

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Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum

Finance Forum

"Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? "

Camillo Atampugre Olu Ogunfowora Shreyas Bordia Tom Attenborough

Thursday 07/11/2019

From 11:30 To 12:30

11/07/2019 11:30 11/07/2019 12:30 Incentivising Infrastructure To address the current deficit, the infrastructure investment requirement in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be in excess of $100 billion a year. From pipelines and power plants to infrastructure funds, we look at the key criteria for successful investment in infrastructure across Africa:
 
  • How can African infrastructure funds support economic growth across the continent?
  • The private sector’s role in funding infrastructure development, including recent establishment of public-private partnership regulations across more than 13 countries
Main Stage

Main Stage

"Incentivising Infrastructure "

Chris Chijiutomi Romain Py Shreyas Bordia
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum
Venue

Finance Forum

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 07/11/2019

From 11:30 To 12:30

11/07/2019 11:30 11/07/2019 12:30 Incentivising Infrastructure To address the current deficit, the infrastructure investment requirement in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be in excess of $100 billion a year. From pipelines and power plants to infrastructure funds, we look at the key criteria for successful investment in infrastructure across Africa:
 
  • How can African infrastructure funds support economic growth across the continent?
  • The private sector’s role in funding infrastructure development, including recent establishment of public-private partnership regulations across more than 13 countries
Main Stage
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Main Stage

Topic
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