Middle East Report 2010
The annual IFR/PFI Middle East Review comes at a time of renewed confidence in the region and its capital markets. The Dubai crisis has abated - although there is still plenty of restructuring work available for assets linked to Dubai Inc. The Middle East region is getting back to concentrating on growing on the path it had set itself before the Dubai, and indeed the global financial crisis, hit.
European Report 2010
The European infrastructure market is currently in a state of flux. The boom pre-financial crisis days were replaced last year by the stimulus programme days. Now the stimulus programmes seen to be coming to an end as governments concentrate on cutting budget deficits. Is the outlook therefore bleak for European infrastructure deals?
Global Infrastructure Report 2010
The annual PFI Global Infrastructure survey is one of the most important in the PFI calendar and always attracts a good deal of interest from readers and contributors alike. Last year the survey carried a range of articles including case studies on the M25, Greater Manchester waste, A-5 and I-595.
Global Energy Report 2010
The Project Finance International Global Energy report will this year focus on the leading energy finance transactions signed in recent months - a hectic few months as the market returns back to health following the credit crunch.
India Report 2010
India, the largest democratic country in the world, continues to remain strong. It is already a superpower on its own right. While global recovery is anticipated to be sluggish in 2010, India is expected to buck the trend and continue to demonstrate resilience to the global financial crisis.
Welcome to the PFI Yearbook 2010. And vive la France! It has not necessarily felt like a French year, 2009, but looking at our awards it certainly appears to have been so. French banks, sponsors and equity investors all take pride of place. In part, this was a coincidence – certainly all the awards were viewed and judged separately – but maybe there is a common link.