Friday, 21 February 2020

PFI Global Infrastructure Report 2017

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  • Infra investors in the age of Trump

    While we wait upon the details of Trump’s infrastructure plan, the big names are positioning themselves to take advantage both in the US and abroad. By Nic Stone.

  • A7-II – Banks speed ahead in A-Model race

    The second PPP project for the expansion of the German A7 motorway was funded with a mix of short-term and long-term bank debt, as the race between banks and institutional investors to secure A-Model debt continues. By Franz-Rudolf Northoff, director, and Walther von Schultzendorff, associate, at Deutsche Bank.

  • Emerging markets open debt opportunities

    Moody’s expects significant emerging market infrastructure spending needs to present fresh opportunities for lenders as well as country-specific challenges, such as political and cost overrun risk. In this article, we explore the risks confronting long-term lending to infrastructure in emerging markets, consider the role of multilateral development banks, and describe the Elazig hospital PPP’s risk mitigation scheme. By Christopher Bredholt, vice-president – senior analyst, and

  • International interest in Turkish PPPs

    Following the failed coup attempt last July and a narrowly won constitutional referendum in April, Turkish President Erdoğan has pushed on with massive infrastructure plans.Can Özilhan and Yeşim Bezen at Bezen & Partners examine how international investors have responded.

  • Trump infra planning challenges

    Despite campaign pledges to modernise America’s infrastructure and bipartisan support for the issue, US President Donald Trump’s administration is facing significant challenges. By Greg Hummel, partner, Karl Marschel, counsel, and Rebecca Rozen, associate, Bryan Cave LLP.

  • Driving new Russian roads

    Regional road PPPs may represent new investment opportunities in Russia but there are issues to consider around financial and legal structuring as well as the political will at the local level. ByMarta Makovetskaya, manager, project finance and infrastructure advisory, EY.

  • Bermuda Airport private placement takes off

    The Government of Bermuda, the Bermuda Airport Authority, Canadian Commercial Corporation, Aecon Concessions and Skyport Corporation Ltd have reached financial close on the redevelopment of Bermuda’s LF Wade International Airport. By Douglas A Doetsch, partner and Daniel P Whitmore, counsel, Mayer Brown LLP.

  • Changing PPPs in Colombia

    Over the years, Colombia has had multiple generations of public-private partnership (PPP) regimes – the most recent being the Fourth Generation. More commonly referred to as 4G, it was developed by the National Infrastructure Agency (ANI), which in 2011 replaced the National Institute of Concessions (INCO) – the former Colombian government agency that oversaw the planning and funding of infrastructure projects in Colombia. By Gianluca Bacchiocchi, Clifford Chance.

  • Texas tolling loses support

    As tolling and TIFIA are poised for expansion from the federal government, Texas may sit out future P3 opportunities. By Alison Healey.

  • Cavite-Laguna beats the despair

    The US$1bn Cavite-Laguna Expressway PPP project in the Philippines has financial close in sight. By Alexandre Broggi and Jennifer Oxlade, HSBC Infrastructure & Real Estate Group.

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