In this section of the write-ups from IJGlobal ESG Awards 2021, the focus is turned on the transactions – identifying real developments from during the judging period that turn the dial on the environmental, social and governance front
The unorthodox financing of Tilt Renewables’ Rye Park Wind Farm not only makes it stand out in the renewables savvy Australian market but also highlights the increasing risk appetite of lenders for green energy projects
A spate of infra fund IPOs in recent times has many in the infrastructure community casting covetous eyes at prosperous peers while sucking their teeth and muttering darkly about directions the market’s taking
Network Rail’s Project Reach – a live process which promises bidders the opportunity to upgrade UK fibre along the rail network in exchange for the right to monetise additional capacity – has raised questions among industry watchers as to whether the enterprise is out of touch
As the market trembles its way into the final quarter of the year, minds turn sluggishly to the next big challenge facing lenders as the deadline looms for the demise of Libor and its similarly-named cousins across the globe
There’s a cheeky little financing mechanism that’s starting to impact the European infrastructure space… a riskier debt instrument borrowed from the US that brings with it the far-from-subtle aroma of leveraged finance
Earlier this month Macquarie made a return to ownership of one of the UK’s worst performing water companies – Southern Water. If it can turn it around, the rewards it will reap are not confined to the financial
While the calendar year is a long way from over and it is never wise to call a market leader in August, the takeover of Tilt Renewables has all the hallmarks of logging the accolade for being one of the largest M&A deal in the alternative energy sector for 2021
IJGlobal is delighted today to be publishing the findings of the Global Digital Infrastructure Survey 2021 and associated report – sponsored by Allen & Overy and DigitalBridge, and run in partnership M&E Global
UKEF chief executive Louis Taylor and CABEI executive president Dante Mossi join forces to write and op-ed for IJGlobal in the wake of their signing an MoU earlier this year to presage an uptick in activity between the 2 organisations
Investors continue to use gold as an asset to hedge their exposure during economic uncertainty as markets clamour for post-pandemic normalcy. IJGlobal talks with Geopacific Resources' CFO and legal counsel, following the ASX-listed company's financial close of its $222 million Woodlark gold project in Papua New Guinea
The private sector in Australia seems to be making up for the lack of government action on climate change with the sponsors of the Royal Adelaide Hospital PPP securing the largest healthcare sustainability loan in the world to refinance the project
On time to celebrate the firm’s 20th anniversary, Astris Finance has been awarded Latin American financial adviser of the year, for the third year in a row – and for good reason. This boutique firm is deeply embedded in the energy and infrastructure sectors in the region,
having been active there for the last 2 decades
Imagine originating, bundling, and issuing a diversified portfolio of 30 project finance loans to institutional investors in 5 months… 5 weeks or 5 days. Now contemplate that entire process happening in 5 seconds. What about infrastructure asset-backed securities tokens? Far-fetched? Is that even a future worth creating?
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