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IFM Investors mulls European debt fund

IFM Investors is considering its first European infrastructure debt fund to complete its global debt fund offering

ConocoPhillips to acquire Alaskan oil field

Boké bauxite project phase 1, Guinea

Claren to acquire Bobocu oil field

UPDATE: US Solar Fund signs first deal

The great infra fund bean feast

PB for Ontario’s Davenport Diamond Rail

EnCap sells crude oil logistics provider

New BNDES president appointed

Fiera Infrastructure joins ESG benchmark

Kiamal Solar, Australia

Statutory approval due for Irish nursing unit PPPs

Ethiopia seeks consult for standard gauge railway

Flanders launches new school PPP

Renewi sells Canadian operations to Dutch firm

EOIs in for re-tendered Jubail-3 IWPs

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Reports

IJInvestor Funds & Investors Report − Q1 2019

With $20.6 billion of capital raised by closed-ended, unlisted infrastructure funds globally in Q1 2019, the global fundraising market seems poised for another very healthy − possibly record − year

IJGlobal league tables – Q1 2019

IJGlobal today publishes its league table findings for the first quarter of 2019, tracking deals closed across infrastructure finance and project finance on a global basis

IJInvestor Funds & Investors Report – full-year 2018

A new record has been set by global unlisted infrastructure funds for fundraising in the full-year 2018 with $103.6 billion raised to be deployed through equity and debt across an increasingly diverse range of assets

Full-year 2018 league tables analysis

A busy second half for global infrastructure finance has led to a solid calendar year 2018, registering $1,048 billion of transactions to close against £1,038 billion the previous year, matched by a healthy uptick in deals – 2,389 against 2,249 in 2017

IJInvestor Funds & Investors Report – Q3 2018

Fundraising activity by unlisted infrastructure funds targeting equity and debt across the global infrastructure and energy sectors stepped up dramatically this quarter, greatly increasing liquidity levels in an already highly liquid market

Q3 2018 – League Tables

In a partial replay of recent league tables, this calendar year has seen the same set of lending teams dominate the international infrastructure finance scene as two Japanese banks lead the table, with ING hot on their heels, followed by three French institutions

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