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IJInvestor League Tables Q1 – infra managers, advisers ra...

IJInvestor – the infrastructure funds and M&A hub within IJGlobal – today launches its debut quarterly report ranking the industry by funds raised, profiling the organisations that lead performance on an international and regional level


IFC mulls green loan for Bangladesh firm

The International Finance Corp is considering a debt financing package of up to $120 million in sustainability-linked loans and green loans to support the expansion of a Bangladeshi company

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Reports

IJInvestor League Tables Q1 – ranking infra managers and ...

IJInvestor – the infrastructure funds and M&A hub within IJGlobal – today launches its debut quarterly report ranking the industry by funds raised, profiling the organisations that lead performance on an international and regional level

IJGlobal League Tables Q1 2024 – a slow start

IJGlobal today publishes its league tables for international project and infrastructure finance over the first quarter of 2024, logging a sluggish start to the new yea

IJGlobal League Tables FY 2023 – steady as you go

IJGlobal today publishes the infrastructure finance league tables for the 2023 full year which achieved something close to stability when held against the previous 2 years of activity

Funds & Investors Report FY 2023 – flight to scale

Infrastructure fundraising slowed down in 2023, according to IJGlobal data. Total capital raised in 2023 was $108.7 billion, compared with a total of $183.97 billion in 2022. The total capital raised in 2023 is the lowest seen since 2019

IJInvestor Funds & Investors Report – Q3 fundraising gat...

IJInvestor's Funds & Investors report found that fundraising gathered pace in Q3 2023, with the quarter recording the highest capital raised in a year

IJGlobal League Tables – a slow Q3

IJGlobal has published its league tables for international infrastructure and energy finance reflecting activity in the third quarter of 2023, which compares poorly to recent performance – leading to a slump year of activity. The final quarter tends to be the most active, but it is unlikely performance will turn 2023 into anything but a slow year for deal activity and capital deployed


Podcasts

Infra Dig – Edward Wilkinson, GScan

IJGlobal’s podcast service has always sought to lift the lid on advanced technology in service of the infrastructure and energy sector… and this one fulfils that requirement perfectly. Edward Wilkinson, strategic corporate development lead at GScan, talks about a technology that sees to the heart of things

Infra Dig – Hamish Lea-Wilson, Igneo IP

The role of long-term investors in infrastructure and energy forms a central tenet of this latest episode of the IJGlobal podcast – Infra Dig – in a far-ranging interview that spans Europe. Hamish Lea-Wilson, a partner at Igneo Infrastructure Partners, speaks openly

Infra Dig – California Drayage with CBRE IM

Having taken a little too long to kick start the year’s podcast service, IJGlobal launches 2024 with an interesting fireside chat on an award-winning project led by CBRE Investment Management.IJGlobal editorial director Angus Leslie Melville speaks to Toronto-based Robert Shaw, managing director in CBRE IM's private infrastructure business

Infra Dig – Álvaro Ortega on offshore wind

Infra Dig – the podcast service run by IJGlobal – once again steps across The Pond for a fireside chat with an expert on offshore wind who has made the switch from fixed foundation to floating.

Infra Dig – Henri Yoki on AI in infrastructure

This latest episode of Infra Dig, sees the IJGlobal podcast service return to roots… delving into sectors that are being discussed, but where there is an apparent lack of understanding – artificial intelligence

Infra Dig – Chris Creed, US Department of Energy

The latest episode of the IJGlobal podcast service – Infra Dig – sees the spotlight turn on the US Department of Energy’s vaunted Loan Programs Office and an interview with Chris Creed, chief investment officer at the LPO