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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

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  • 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

  • IJGlobal Energy Transition Report 2023

    The Energy Transition Report 2023 – once again lifting the lid on this key element of international infrastructure finance which has seen early movers make significant strides as the industry takes action now in readiness for global regulation

  • Leagues Tables – H1 sees M&A drop

    Greenfield financing continued a downward trajectory in H1 2023. According to IJGlobal data, deal volume was at its lowest point since H2 2020, coming in at 1,677 and recording an 11.5% decrease from the corresponding half in 2022

  • The IJGlobal market review

    As IJGlobal wades through data from the first half of this year, it’s timely to publish regional snapshots of the first quarter, spotting trends as the infrastructure finance community struggles in a challenging market

  • League Tables – Q1 down, but not (entirely) out

    The anticipated slump in global activity across greenfield finance – and refinance – of infrastructure and energy has played out this quarter with significant declines recorded in Q1 2023

  • Leagues Tables – Full Year 2022

    Infrastructure finance remained steady throughout 2022 despite geopolitical turmoil that roiled markets after Russia invaded Ukraine in February

  • Having compiled all the IJInvestor data on infrastructure closed-end fundraising for the third quarter of 2022, the headline figure already almost outstrips full-year 2021… with a record-breaking tally clearly on the cards

  • This quarter, primary financing deals overall continue to hold steady although there has been a significant drop in refinancings

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