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Post-Brexit infra investment: Taking the blindfold off
Post-Brexit infra investment: Taking the blindfold off
Paul Nicholson
26 October 2018

With UK politicians seemingly blindly following the result of the referendum, those at the forefront of infra finance in the country discuss the reality of Brexit and what it will mean for future project development in the UK.

Shop talk: ING Capital looking through new ECA windows
Shop talk: ING Capital looking through new ECA windows
Ross Crear
26 October 2018

Following a tightly priced UKEF-backed deal in the aviation sector this month, TXF spoke with Gemma Bae, head of structured export finance at ING Capital, to discuss the bank’s growing ECA portfolio. From satellites and sustainable healthcare financings in Asia to telecoms deals in LatAm, the bank looks set for an even busier deal pipeline in 2019.

FEX: The London chapter
FEX: The London chapter
Ross Crear
24 October 2018

Future of Export Finance (FEX), a new platform aimed at transferring knowledge and talent to the younger generation of the export finance industry, has opened its second chapter in London. And, in an industry with an ageing demographic, the initiative has some smart ideas on how to breath new life into the ECA community.

TXF in brief

Three still in running for OPWP's Ibri II solar
14 November 2018

Oman Power & Water Procurement (OPWP) has received has received bids from three of the 12 consortia it prequalified for the 500MW Ibri II sol...

Genneia to issue local bonds for three Argentine wind projects
14 November 2018

Although unconfirmed by the sponsor, Genneia is said to be looking to issue around $70 million in local dollar denominated bonds over the ne...

Texel Finance and Liberty ink innovative financial risks facility
13 November 2018

Further to their recent hire of Alan Ball from Liberty Specialty Markets (LSM), part of Liberty Mutual Insurance, Texel Finance has entered into a new...

Nachtigal financial close before year-end
13 November 2018

Following signing of the DFI-backed financing for the EDF-led €1.26 billion ($1.42 billion) 420MW Nachtigal dam and hydro project in Ca...

Prosperity International sounds out banks for Indonesian hydro projects
13 November 2018

Prosperity International Holdings (PIH) is out to lenders for financing for 1000MWs of hydropower projects in Indonesia. The potential 20-ye...

TXF Data

Commodity Trade Finance MLA Full year 2018

Bank USDm No %
1 ING Bank 8912m 62 8.6%
2 BNP Paribas 6448m 33 6.2%
3 Natixis 6039m 25 5.8%
4 MUFG Bank 4962m 23 4.8%
5 ABN AMRO 3931m 30 3.8%
6 Deutsche Bank 3882m 20 3.7%
7 UniCredit 3652m 26 3.5%
8 Standard Chartered 3500m 19 3.4%
9 Rabobank 3408m 22 3.3%
10 Société Générale 3395m 28 3.3%

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