Investment into European power projects could be returning to 2010/2011 levels, though activity is increasingly concentrated in the renewables sector
Renewables’ share of total closed Latin American project finance debt has continued its ascent, though wind and solar remain minority players against the transport and midstream sectors
Kazakhstan is rich in oil, gas and minerals, but its transportation infrastructure is in need of serious improvement. The country’s government is intent on spurring investment in the sector and in June 2014 amended legislation to facilitate the use of PPPs.
|Rank||Company||Total US$ m||Transactions||Market Share (%)|
|1||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||10,143.00||103||6.86|
|2||Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group||8,527.02||90||5.76|
|3||Mizuho Financial Group||6,675.09||61||4.51|
|5||Credit Agricole Group||5,071.96||65||3.43|
|6||Commonwealth Bank of Australia||4,733.22||31||3.20|
|10||Australia and New Zealand Banking Group||3,478.65||27||2.35|
|TOTALS:||US$ 56,377.73 m||584||38 %|
Global project finance transaction volume for Q1 2015 is the lowest for any first quarter post 2009 (when total volume stood at $41.94 billion). It is also one of the most depressed quarters on record for deal count
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