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  • NephroPlus seals dialysis units’ PPP, Uzbekistan

    From renewables to education, Uzbekistan has successfully embraced the public-private partnership structure. In the healthcare segment, one such project - the 4 greenfield dialysis centers PPP by NephroPlus Health Services Central Asia – stands out

  • IJGlobal Regional Report H1 2023 – APAC

    Deal count in the broader “infrastructure finance” category has steadily increased across the Asia Pacific region in recent years, supported by broadly consistent levels of project finance deal closes and variable performance in the “other infra finance” category – the ones that are not PF

  • QIC's part-buyout in Vector Metering in Oz, Nz

    New Zealand-based energy company Vector recently carved out its smart metering business as it welcomed Aussie government-owned Queensland Investment Corp as an investor. QIC raised a $1 billion dual-currency green loan for the acquisition and business expansion

  • ReNew bets on round-the-clock hybrid

    ReNew – one of the largest green energy producers in the world – is on its way to create history by lighting up India’s first round-the-clock project

  • Amber's PPP Portfolio Acquisition, New Zealand

    Amber Infrastructure Group marked its entry into New Zealand with the recent portfolio acquisition of social infrastructure assets from HRL Morrison & Co for an equity value of $132 million. The deal showcases the attractiveness of Kiwi mid-market investment opportunities, including core plus and PPP infrastructure assets

  • Palisade's unique twist to RE portfolio refinancing

    Palisade's recent $869m portfolio refinancing facility is a telltale of a growing Australian trend of consolidating operational assets into a single platform. IJGlobal shares more insights from the sponsor, lender, and adviser on the deal's structure and the company's strategy

  • Vietnam's wind, solar projects stuck amid regulatory risks

    Lengthy and inconclusive talks between the Vietnamese government, state-owned utility, and solar and wind power developers over a policy decision have left at least 3.5GW of these renewable assets idle. IJGlobal takes a closer look at the situation and some possible solutions

  • Monsoon Wind Farm, Laos

    Impact Electron Siam-led consortium's 600MW cross-border onshore wind power project – which will export electricity from Laos to Vietnam – brings the Mekong Delta region closer in realising power interconnection and integration

  • IJGlobal Awards 2022 – APAC Company Winners

    The Asia Pacific winners of the coveted IJGlobal Awards 2022 company prize category were announced yesterday evening at a gala dinner at Park Royal – Beach Road, Singapore

  • IJGlobal Awards 2022 – Asia Pacific Deal Winners

    The Asia Pacific winners of the IJGlobal Awards 2022 in the deals category were announced yesterday evening amidst much fanfare and revelry at Park Royal Hotel on Beach Road in Singapore

  • Growing scope for the Indian data center industry

    The explosion of data consumption and digitalization in India has put the nation in a sweet spot for the data center industry. The nation of over 1.4 billion people is promising to offer good infrastructure, a favorable regulatory framework, and the liquidity to the capital hungry industry. How will the benefits outweigh the challenges? IJGlobal analyses

  • IJGlobal Annual Report 2023

    IJGlobal is today publishing its annual report that will be printed and made available to guests at the London awards night on Thursday 9 March

  • Ratch's acquisition of Nexif's SEA, Oz portfolio

    Thai infrastructure giant Ratch's acquisition of Asia Pacific-focused renewable energy platform Nexif Energy, which closed in December 2022, is the product of an existing relationship between the buyer and seller, Denham Capital

  • Maldives journey to renewables – scope and challenges

    DFIs are growing their support towards an upcoming pipeline of rooftop, floating and ground-mounted solar projects in a bid to increase the attractiveness of the upcoming Maldivian renewables sector for global investors. We take a closer look at the growing attractiveness towards the new sector, its challenges and opportunities

  • DBS Bank – Is ESG finance headed towards the mainstream?

    Having won two awards in IJGlobal’s APAC category – ESG Financial Adviser of the Year, and ESG Excellence – DBS is quietly elated

  • GI Hub reveals Asia's resilience during high inflation

    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

  • VinFast's e-mobility portfolio, Vietnam

    Vietnamese automotive manufacturer VinFast recently made headlines after receiving a $135 million climate financing package to manufacture the country's first fully electric public transport bus fleet and national electric vehicle charging network. IJGlobal shares insights about the deal and the emerging subsector

  • Shamol Zarafshan Energy, Uzbekistan

    After much anticipation, Central Asia’s largest wind farm has reached financial close. IJGlobal provides a lens into the financing of the influential project that will significantly contribute to achieving Uzbekistan's goal of adding 3GW of wind power capacity by 2026

  • The great APAC digital divide

    In a region of great contrasts on the digital front, APAC shows real signs of playing a dominant role on digitalization in the years to come. This article - delivered in partnership with Allen & Overy - looks into developments on the ground...

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