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  • Data Analysis: Asia-Pacific investment volumes

    Asia Pacific's infrastructure deficit is vast but the number of bankable deals is still small, leading to patchy deal flow and wild fluctuations in investment volumes when comparing one year to the next

  • Turkey to change PPP rules

    Turkey’s Ministry of Health (MoH) plans to reduce the termination guarantees for financiers of its next generation of hospital PPPs as part of a raft of proposed amendments to concession structures, IJGlobal can exclusively report

  • Canadian infrastructure turns to public bonds

    Canada has been able to tap different sources of funding as its infrastructure needs have developed in recent years. The emergence of large transport projects in the country's infrastructure pipeline has led to a rise in publically-listed bond financings, IJGlobal data reveals

  • Zywiec Hospital, Poland

    Increased revenue certainty from recent regulatory changes has been pivotal for Interhealth Canada signing on Poland’s Z210 million ($56 million) pilot hospital PPP

  • Data Analysis: Europe set for record year in infrastructure M&A

    2015 looks set to be a year that could surpass the 2007 peak of European infrastructure acquisitions over the last 10 years

  • Puerto Rico’s debt default implications on infrastructure pipeline

    Puerto Rico won’t proceed with planned PPP projects until the US territory is able to restructure existing debt

  • ESA10: EU accounting trouble for Scotland’s NPD scheme

    Scotland is expected to restructure existing and future infrastructure projects under its non-profit distributing (NPD) initiative, due to new EU regulation

  • H1 2015 League Tables Analysis: Bonds lead Peruvian infra finance

    Two of the three Peruvian infrastructure deals to close in the first half of 2015 were funded by sizeable bond issuances, according to the IJGlobal H1 2015 League Tables

  • Data Analysis: Chile's improving PPP pipeline

    Chile's Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has slowly increased the number of PPPs awarded to the private sector over the last four-plus years, according to the IJGlobal database

  • Data Analysis: The pace of financial close

    Germany, Canada and Australia average the shortest periods between preferred bidder and financial close among countries with PPP programmes

  • Spanish and Dutch most efficient for PPP procurement

    Spain and the Netherlands have been the fastest countries on average to bring projects from tender launch to financial close in the last five years, according to IJGlobal’s data

  • The Aggregator, UK

    The UK’s Private Finance 2 (PF2) procurement model has faced few tests. But the initial results are impressive – the March 2015 closings of three discrete batches of schools that, despite different concessionaires, rely on a single financing vehicle

  • Q1 2015 League Table Analysis: Australian PPP

    IJGlobal’s Q1 league tables for 2015 show Australia’s PPP sector as a consistently strong area of activity for sponsors in the Asia Pacific market

  • Across party lines

    What does the recent Republican victory in the US mid-term elections mean for the country's PPP pipeline?

  • Crunch time for Brazilian infra

    One of the greatest challenges newly re-elected President Dilma Rousseff faces is bridging Brazil's huge infrastructure deficit with the help of a dubious private sector

  • North Island Hospitals, Canada

    The financial close of the North Islands Hospitals project in Canada marks the first ever green bond issue for a Canadian social infrastructure PPP project

  • US PPPs: Bridging the policy gaps

    While Kentucky’s PPP enabling legislation might still be a few miles from execution, overall an increasing number of US states have recognized and accepted the model in recent years. But can there be a nationwide standardisation of the model?

  • Asia-Pacific Healthcare Deal of the Year 2013: Bendigo Hospital

    Asia-Pacific Healthcare Deal of the Year 2013: Bendigo Hospital

  • European Healthcare Deal of the Year 2013: Vigo Hospital

    European Healthcare Deal of the Year 2013: Vigo Hospital

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