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  • The Changing Role of ECAs and DFIs

    ECAs and DFIs have long been a staple of the infrastructure finance, supporting and supplementing commercial lending where appropriate. However, in a slow post crisis economic climate these institutions have become ever more prominent in global energy and infrastructure projects.

  • Equity Market Analysis 2013

    Among the multitude of infrastructure market stakeholders, sponsors/equity investors play a particularly significant role. Equity backing for projects has always been a vital component in developing infrastructure assets, where traditionally industrial construction style companies invest into equity and raise additional funds to cover project costs in the form of project finance debt.

  • Global Airport Infrastructure Analysis

    Globally, airports and the aviation industry is on the slow path to recovery. Infrastructure investments in airports and the volume of M&A activity in the sector have suffered under the global economic downturn.

  • Offshore Wind Energy Market Analysis

    The offshore sector has long been touted by its supporters as a potentially substantial contributor to the world’s energy mix. The energy yields are higher and more consistent than onshore farms, so the argument goes. Despite this however, offshore wind projects remain localised to the European market where the majority of the best quality onshore sites have already been exploited.

  • Corporate Finance Outlook 2013

    So far this year corporate finance has been dominated by two huge deals that have caused a massive, but perhaps misleading, surge in overall volume figures. This fact notwithstanding, the year has also revealed some interesting trends, with a promising pipeline of oil & gas transactions in the US and intriguing opportunities in European renewables.

  • IJ Global PF Infrastructure Review H1 2013: Executive Summary

    So far 2013 has been a mixed bag for project finance: whilst the overall volume of global investment has increased to the highest levels since H1 2008, deal activity has slumped again, falling to 199, down from 230 over the same period last year

  • IJ Global PF Infrastructure Review H1 2013: Regions

    To date 2013 has seen varying fortunes in infrastructure across the globe. Deal count was down in both Europe and the US, despite the closure of some big ticket deals which bolstered overall value figures, whilst only Asia & Pacific and Africa and the Middle East saw an increse in both deal volume and deal value

  • Africa & Middle East Outlook 2013

    Africa & the Middle East offers vast potential for infrastructure development and project finance investment, however this potential is still yet to be fully unleashed.

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