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  • IJGlobal ESG Report 2022

    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

  • IJGlobal League Tables – sluggish H1

    The first half of 2022 has logged a significant dip in global infrastructure finance activity with a slump in transaction numbers, but a slight uptick in value. However – overall – data show a marked decline in activity on the preceding 2 half-year periods

  • IJInvestor Funds & Investors H1 2022 – a record year for fundraising

    There can be no doubt about it – infrastructure fundraising will not just beat the record-breaking levels achieved last year. That is a virtual certainty. Now the expectation is for smashing records in a spectacular fashion

  • First quarter market slump – Q1 2022

    The first quarter of 2022 got off to a shaky start for the global financing of infrastructure and energy, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine takes its toll, market nervousness settles in and the price of debt finds a new reality

  • IJInvestor Funds & Investors Report – Q1 2022

    If the stellar performance in infrastructure fundraising in Q1 2022 continues for the remainder of the year, we can expect another record-breaking 12 months of infrastructure fundraising

  • IJGlobal League Tables – Full Year 2021

    Data from the second year of coronavirus show that global infrastructure financing is regaining momentum with project finance standing at nearly $529.8 billion – a 38.4% growth compared to 2019 pre-pandemic levels and the highest yearly value since 2017

  • IJInvestor Funds and Investors Report 2021

    The year of 2021 proved a blockbuster year for infrastructure fundraising and M&A activity, according to IJInvestor research

  • IJGlobal League Tables – Q3 2021

    The IJGlobal league tables for Q3 2021 are now live, logging infrastructure and project finance activity across the globe, and recording values at $270.3 billion, securing a growth of 6.25% compared to Q3 2020 while maintaining levels way above the quarterly average ($157.8 billion) since the start of 2017

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