live broadcast between 8:00 and 14:00 Colombia time by

FIRST DAY, Tuesday, June 28:

8:00 First session, opportunities in Colombia

  • Leonidas Narvaez, Managing Director, Metro de Bogotá
  • Tomás Elejalde, CEO, Metro de Medellín

8:45 Q&A

9:00 Break

9:20 Second session, the role of the private sector in the development of the metro sector (part 1)

  • Carlos Ortega, Lead Partner Capital Projects Spanish Latin America, Deloitte
  • Robinson Dueñas, Manager Infrastructure & Capital Projects Spanish Latin America Region, Deloitte
  • Fabio Juvenal Ferreira, Vertical Sales Manager Infrastructure and Transport Segment, Genetec

10:30 Q&A

10:45 Break

11:05 Third session, investment opportunities in Chile, Ecuador and Perú

  • Rodrigo Osorio, Engineering and Project Manager, EFE Trenes de Chile
  • Efrain Bastidas, Managing Director, Metro de Quito
  • María Jara Risco, President, Urban Transport Authority for Lima and Callao (ATU)

12:10 Q&A

12:25 Break

12:45 Fourth session, new projects in Dominican Republic

  • Rafael Santos, Executive Director, Office for the Reorganization of Transportation (OPRET)

13:25 Q&A


8:00 Fifth session, new projects in México

  • Guillermo Calderón, Managing Director, Public Transportation System, Mexico City Metro
  • Juan Carlos Holguín, Managing Director, Urban Electric Train System (SITEUR)

8:45 Q&A

9:00 Break

9:20 Sixth session, the role of the private sector in the development of the metro sector (part 2)

  • Alejandro Maya Martínez, Executive Vice President, Metro Línea 1
  • David Barragán, Comercial Director LATAM, voestalpine Railway Systems

10:30 Q&A

10:45 Break

11:05 Seventh session, investment opportunities in Argentina and Brasil

  • Matías Kielak, Director of Operations, Buenos Aires Subway
  • Silvani Pereira, President, Sao Paulo Metro
  • Pedro Bisch Neto, Director President, Trensurb

12:10 Q&A


One-on-one meetings, representatives of the public sector, private companies and investors (delegate, silver and gold options)

The forum will include presentations by senior government officials and private companies, it will also offer the opportunity to:

  • Understand plans in the region for rail infrastructure projects
  • Meet with government officials
  • Obtain clear views about the contracting process and planning
  • Private sector experiences, lessons learned
  • Financing and investment in projects

In addition, the summit will include individual private meetings organized according to the objectives and priorities of the participants:

  • Our team will organize one to one meetings
  • Attendees can plan in advance who they would like to meet based on their goals and priorities
  • Participation with senior government officials in pre-scheduled meetings
  • Discuss business and partnership opportunities