About Infrastructure Asia

Infrastructure Asia is an initiative which will support Asia’s economic and social growth through infrastructure development.

We work hand-in-hand with players in the regional infrastructure ecosystem, as well as harness the collective capabilities and networks of various government agencies such as Enterprise Singapore (ESG), Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), Economic Development Board (EDB) and the Professional Services Programme Office (PSPO), to catalyse infrastructure projects in the region.

As the definitive Asian “marketplace”, Infrastructure Asia matches the unique requirements of foreign firms and governments with the expertise of Singapore players. We bring together local and international partners across the value chain, including infrastructure developers, institutional investors, multilaterals, and legal, accounting, and financial services providers, to meet Asia’s growing demand for infrastructure.

Forging effective partnerships

We know effective partnerships are key to successful infrastructure projects, which are long-term commitments that involve multiple stakeholders. As the gateway to both the region’s infrastructure opportunities and ecosystem, we have an extensive network you can tap.

If you’re a foreign organisation looking for financing options, engineering expertise or professional talent, we can match you with relevant Singapore-based firms with global track records. Singapore’s strategic location within Asia means we are also well-placed as a springboard for your firms to access regional opportunities.

Likewise, if you’re a Singapore-based organisation looking to scale-up and access global infrastructure opportunities, we’re confident we can partner you to support Asia’s infrastructure drive.


Playing a role in Asia’s infrastructure development

Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law, Ms Indranee Rajah, explains what how Singapore can partner the region’s stakeholders to play a role Asia’s infrastructure development.

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New Infrastructure Office for projects in Asia

Finance Minister, Mr Heng Swee Keat, explains how the new Infrastructure Office will help Singapore “forge stronger partnerships in infrastructure development and enhance connectivity in the region".

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Singapore’s Infrastructure Office to be named Infrastructure Asia

With Southeast Asia’s annual infrastructure needs estimated at US$184b from now till 2030, governments need to look beyond the public sector to finance these heavy expenditures.

Speaking at the 8th World Bank – Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit, Finance Minister Mr Heng Swee Keat outlines how the newly set up Infrastructure Office will be a “platform to connect local and international stakeholders across the value chain, enable information exchange, facilitate infrastructure investments and connect infrastructure players with relevant professional services”.

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