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  • World Bank supports Mozambique-Malawi interconnector

    The World Bank has signed a $57 million funding package with Mozambique’s Ministry of Finance for the $130 million Mozambique-Malawi regional interconnector project

  • SMBC makes two London hires

    Japanese bank SMBC has made two new hires to its structured finance syndication origination desk which sits within the wider loan capital markets group

  • EXCLUSIVE EY head of infrastructure transactions to retire

    Matthew Carter, transaction advisory services partner and head of infrastructure transactions at Ernst & Young in London, is to retire early next year

  • SEEIT invests in Spanish cogen portfolio

    SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust has agreed to acquire a portfolio of co-generation assets in Spain for a total cash consideration of €64 million from a listed Spanish industrial group

  • 2020 first close for EDIF III

    First State Investments' newly-launched European Diversified Infrastructure Fund III is expected to hold a first close in early 2020

  • KKR appoints senior TMT adviser

    Investment firm KKR has appointed Diego Piacentini as a senior adviser to support its technology, media and telecoms investment activities globally

  • CfD 3 winners announced

    The UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has awarded 5.8GW out of the maximum 6GW of capacity on offer in the third Contracts for Difference allocation round for new renewable energy projects

  • Atkins makes senior appointments in MEA

    Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has announced three senior appointments to its senior leadership team in the Middle East and Africa, as it looks to expand its business across the region

  • Engie hires development director from UPP

    Engie has hired Ryan Fairbairn as development director from student accommodation provider University Partnerships Programme in London

  • Maynilad outlines major waste water investment

    Maynilad, the water utility for western metro Manila, plans to spend Ps200 billion on new sewage treatment plants and sewer lines

  • Bank of Palestine funds West Bank solar

    Bank of Palestine has signed a $1.4 million loan agreement to fund a 1.8MW solar PV project to be built near Jericho in the West Bank

  • SEQI raises £139m in share issue

    London-listed Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund has raised £139 million in its latest appeal to investors

  • Eiffage buys nine micro-hydro assets in France

    French construction and concessions company Eiffage has acquired nine micro-hydroelectric power stations and a project to build a power station in south-west France through its subsidiary Eiffage Concessions

  • Cosco Shipping to exit three China terminals

    A Cosco Shipping subsidiary announced this week that its has signed three share purchase agreements to divest entirely from equity interests in three Chinese river port terminals, for a total consideration of around $150 million

  • Crestmark appoints into renewables team

    Jon Ellis has taken up a role as vice-president, renewable energy, at Michigan-based commercial bank Crestmark, which was acquired by savings bank MetaBank last year

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