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  • PPP/PFI Outlook - Overview H1 2012

    The global PPP market in the first half of this year continued its downward trend started in the second half last year. The deal volume fell to US$19 billion in total capital investments in project finance market; down by 43 per cent from the corresponding period last year.

  • PPP/PFI Outlook - Regional Analysis in H1 2012

    PPPs have always been more prominent in Western Europe, which remains a dominant market, followed by North America, Asia Pacific and Latin America. The Western European PPP market was worth US$11 billion in H1 2012, followed in volume of investment by North America (US$4 billion), Asia & Pacific (US$3 billion), and Latin America (US$1 billion).

  • Global Infrastructure Finance Review H1 2012 - Overview

    Global project finance activity in the first half of 2012 was as depleted as in the chilly first half of 2009. In some cases it was actually worse, as global activity has begun to shift away from Europe. Nearly four years after the collapse of Bear Stearns in the United States began a global banking crisis, the European sovereign debt crisis characterised by Greece’s struggle has erased any positi

  • Renewables PF: Global H2 2011 Review

    Renewable energy sector continues to be an interesting market for PF investment

  • Global PPP/PFI Outlook H2 2011: Volumes up despite low activity

    Debt is scarce and expensive, secondary market is under pressure and M&A activity has suffered

  • Global H1 2011 League Tables: A resilient half-yearly lull?

    The market continues to demonstrate resilience despite limited global growth

  • Global Infrastructure Review H1 2011: Sectors

    A summation of headline data, segmental break-up of figures, analysis and market conjecture by each infra sector

  • Global Infrastructure Review H1 2011: Regions

    A detailed break-up of data, analysis and a discussion of the deal pipeline by region

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