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IJGlobal MEA Reports

  • Full-year 2015 league table analysis

    The global project finance sector closed significantly more transactions in 2015 than the previous year, boosted by strong activity in the transport and renewable energy sectors

  • Q3 2015 League Tables Analysis

    Analysis on the IJGlobal League Tables for Q3 2015

  • H1 2015 League Tables Analysis

    Analysis on the IJGlobal League Tables for the first half of 2015

  • Q1 2015 League Tables Analysis

    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

  • Infrastructure 100: World Markets Report

    This report explores the challenges and highlights underlying themes that are driving infrastructure activity in four distinctly different markets through 100 inspiring projects that address excellence through scale, feasibility, complexity, innovation and impact on society

  • Global update and Africa focus: Export credit and development finance

    This report is an update to “Power Shift”, our 2013 Report on the Rise of Export Credit and Development Finance in Major Projects. In this paper, we provide an up-to-date snapshot of volumes and sources of project funding on a global, regional and pan-Africa basis. We have also included a Focus on Africa, featuring contributions from leading practitioners in the market.

  • IJGlobal’s Project Finance Infrastructure Review H1 2014

    IJGlobal’s First Half 2014 Review is the first that we have produced since the merger of Infrastructure Journal and Project Finance Magazine, and draws on our improved and expanded database.

  • Global PPP Market Review

    Global economic conditions have improved, and global infrastructure investment rose, in 2013. But at the same time PPP investment declined, particularly for new-build projects with high construction costs. As a result, the global PPP market is now in its third year of decline, and the number of project financings to close in the market continues to fall.

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