SBF Infrastructure CommitteeThe SBF Infrastructure Committee is the newest SBF Committee the Federation has established, after the SME Committee and Digitalisation Committee. A private sector-led initiative, the SBF Infrastructure Committee will bring together the Singapore business community and foster capabilities in key sectors. Ultimately, the Committee aims to build a well-functioning infrastructure ecosystem to help Singapore companies seize regional infrastructural opportunities.
The SBF Infrastructure Committee will complement the Infrastructure Asia, driven by the Government to develop Singapore as the Infrastructure Hub for Asia.
Serving as the SBF Infrastructure Committee’s Founding Chairman is Mr Pek Lian Guan, SBF Vice Chairman and Executive Director and CEO, Tiong Seng Holdings Ltd, who will be joined by 14 key stakeholders from infrastructure related sectors in Singapore, such as construction, utilities, urban planning, legal and financial services.
Members of the SBF Infrastructure Committee
The Infrastructure Committee was launched on 27th August 2018 at the FutureChina Global Forum and Singapore Regional Business Forum (“FCGF® & SRBF®”). The launch was witnessed by Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security Mr Teo Chee Hean and SBF Chairman Mr Teo Siong Seng.
The fundamental focus of the SBF Infrastructure Committee will be project-driven. For a start, the Infrastructure Committee will focus on four sectors – utilities, transport, telecommunications, built environment – across two geographical regions – ASEAN and South Asia.
The Infrastructure Committee will establish outcome-oriented sub-committees to lead groups of Singapore companies to pursue regional infrastructure projects.
The Infrastructure Committee is currently calling for companies from the utilities, transport, telecommunications, built environment and professional services sectors to join the Committee’s database for information and updates on projects. Interested companies can fill in the registration form below.