The infrastructure community amassed last night in the glorious Guastavino’s to celebrate the successes of 2022 at the IJGlobal Awards, achieving levels of razmataz that can only be attained at a New York event
It’s long been darkly muttered in infra nooks and crannies. Heck, it’s been mentioned in one or two Friday Editorials. In truth, I’m sick of saying The End Is Nigh for infrastructure funds… well, kind of… for some of them
The first social infrastructure project in Wales reached financial close late in 2022, establishing a blueprint for a pipeline of deals to follow while also lending confidence to the procurement of PPPs across other sectors
When the bell sounds, you better know for sure whether you’re inside the ring or outside of it for the fight of the century – a grudge match of monumental proportions that will first be staged in the UK
Infrastructure funds struggling to raise cash… which sounds odd given the records broken in 2022 for fundraising. But we live in a new reality and the suspicion is that hoarding is afoot and that the splurge will come in Q3
Asia’s infrastructure markets can leverage increasingly mature sustainable instruments and the availability of multilaterals to stay resilient amid rapid inflation and rising interest rates. IJGlobal shares insights with Henri Blas, chief content officer of Global Infrastructure Hub, about global trends of private investment in infrastructure in relation to Asia
Cegelog Military PPP reached financial close on Valentine's Day achieving a market first in France for a multi-billion-Euro project that managed to avoid market volatility brought on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shortly after FC
Oregon’s first courthouse P3 project reached financial close this summer, in a deal that will replace Clackamas County’s more than 80-year-old structure which has become functionally obsolete and seismically unsound
We are delighted today to be publishing the second issue of the IJGlobal ESG Report, delving into environmental, social and governance issues as they impact the international infrastructure and energy community
Deals in the niche energy-from-waste recycling sector are few and far between, rendering InfraVia Capital Partners’ acquisition of a 70% stake in Netherlands-based Blue Phoenix Group a transaction worthy of attention
After decades of service, LIBOR effectively ceased to be used as an interest rate benchmark at the end of 2021 in most markets. Synthetic LIBOR will continue to be published for Sterling until the end of 2022 but only to support legacy deals that hadn’t transitioned to an RFR by the end of 2021
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