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  • IJGlobal Friday the 13th Special

    It’s Friday the 13th and – as the day behoves – we turn our focus to the darker side of the industry… the horrific, the ghastly and the downright wrong. Sourcing opinion from the market through a straw poll sent to a select crew of worthies, here follows a sense of where most people’s heads are at on a day when everything is supposed to go wrong

  • China Infrastructure 2019 – an IJGlobal first

    IJGlobal was in Beijing at the end of August for client meetings and China Infrastructure 2019 – our first seminar in China with partners Roca Infrastructure Data and Analytics and the International Business Advisory Council

  • What we did in your summer holiday

    It’s been a busy summer at IJGlobal with a good number of changes to report for those who have been sunning themselves like overfed seals on the golden beaches of wherever your bonus can afford to send you

  • Van Phong coal-fired, Vietnam

    After more than 10 years, another major greenfield coal-fired power plant in Vietnam has reached financial close, amidst rising headwinds against new coal projects. This is despite the direct negotiation procurement model proving a demanding process for the project's sponsor Sumitomo Corporation

  • Interest high in Brazilian renewables

    Solar and wind auctions in Brazil are still proving popular and more commercial lenders are participating in deals

  • Geopolitical uncertainties on infra investments

    Infrastructure investors have rarely faced such a breadth of challenges as they do today. Sabre rattling across regions is fueling protectionism while dampening economic activity according the IMF. Infra investors are not new to these political upheavals, in some ways, many are borne from them

  • Andy Carty – a retiring man

    Three tours of duty at three seats of power, Andy Carty knows how to walk the corridors and come out the other end with his sanity largely intact. Here we celebrate a fascinating public-side career that draws to an end in a couple of weeks' time, focusing on roles played by a man much loved across the European infrastructure community...

  • Currenta acquisition, Germany

    After a drawn out negotiation period, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA belatedly closed on the acquisition of the largest German chemical park operator, Currenta

  • Laurie Mahon – infrastructurally fabulous

    A career like few others... in fact - no others. New York-based CIBC boss Laurie Mahon stands out as one of the most intriguing figures in the global infrastructure community having done it all, and done it in style. Here IJGlobal takes a look at the person, her career and what makes her tick...

  • Offshore wind takes centre stage in South Korea

    South Korea has big plans for offshore wind, though only a couple of projects so far are operational

  • KCOM acquisition, UK

    MIRA, an asset management division of Macquarie, was recently confirmed as the winner in a secret race with Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) to acquire British telecoms group KCOM

  • The Lone Star state closes its final toll road deal?

    Texas is recognised as one of the few US states with a successful P3 programme, having closed around six deals from 2008-2016. Following a lull, a new segment of the 35W redevelopment project in north Texas reached financial close in August – and could perhaps be the last privately funded toll road deal in the Lone Star state

  • The server service

    In a world in which data is the new oil, data centres promise to be shrewd investments. But who is best placed to own these assets?

  • University of Leicester student housing, UK

    University of Leicester's student housing project is one of the UK's few PPP-style social infra projects still being developed under the model

  • Aloha to renewable energy

    Hawaii − the most fossil fuel dependent state in the US − is determined to relieve its dependence on oil

  • Australia’s Spencer Gulf: a renewables-industry-export vision

    The Spencer Gulf region in South Australia has a burgeoning pipeline of green energy projects that aim to solve grid stability concerns and power the region’s major resources

  • Graham Vinter… the man who wrote 'the book'

    IJGlobal speaks to legendary lawyer Graham Vinter about infrastructure after PFI, the promise of Africa, and being lured back from retirement

  • Uzbekistan’s privatisation programme

    Following an April decree by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and subsequent cabinet resolution, the Uzbekistan Government has embarked on a sweeping privatisation programme. Ahead of the upcoming Tashkent International Investment Forum in October, market sources told IJGlobal what foreign financiers and investors can expect

  • Kahone and Toube solar PV, Senegal

    IFC has reached financial close on the second project under its Scaling Solar programme in Sub-Saharan Africa – this time two projects of a combined 60MW in Senegal

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