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TXF Newsdesk: This week's headlines
TXF Newsdesk: This week's headlines
Aife Howse
25 August 2021

Each week, we're bringing you the latest headlines from trade, export, and commodities finance via the TXF Newsdesk

DFI support key to Uzbek power procurement pipe dream
DFI support key to Uzbek power procurement pipe dream
Max Thompson
11 August 2021

Uzbekistan’s list of prospective power projects – across the renewables and gas-fired space – is ballooning. But only one deal – the Syrdarya I CCGT – has reached financial close so far, albeit with heavy DFI support.

TXF Newsdesk: The headlines this week
TXF Newsdesk: The headlines this week
Eavie Burnett
11 August 2021

Each week, we're bringing you the latest headlines from trade, export, and commodities finance via the TXF Newsdesk

TXF Originals

EKN and SEK support for Scania bus contract with Burkina Faso
17 September 2021

Swedish bus manufacturer Scania has won a contract to provide Burkina Faso with 304 buses to help improve public transportation within the capital cit...

ATI makes new appointments
16 September 2021

African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) – the Nairobi-headquartered pan-African political risk insurance institution - has just made two new appoin...

Bids close for Al Wakrah Wukair STP
16 September 2021

Bids for the Al Wakrah and Al Wukair sewage treatment plant (STP) and associated pipeline project in Qatar, for which final offers were submitted in J...

ICC prepares to launch sustainable export finance whitepaper
15 September 2021

The ICC is set to launch a sustainable export finance whitepaper on 22 September during its sixth annual SDG Forum. The report will be released by the...

DESRI refinances Kawailoa Wind
15 September 2021

Syndication has closed on DESRI’s refinancing of its 69MWac Kawailoa Wind project in Oahu, Hawaii. The project has been operational since 2012, ...

TXF Data

Export & Agency Finance Lender 2021

Bank USDm No %
1 Santander 923m 9 7.4%
2 Crédit Agricole CIB 881m 9 7%
3 ING Bank 876m 8 7%
4 Deutsche Bank 676m 7 5.4%
5 Société Générale 648m 5 5.2%
6 BNP Paribas 614m 8 4.9%
7 HSBC 559m 8 4.5%
8 Citi 543m 4 4.3%
9 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) 486m 9 3.9%
10 JP Morgan 454m 7 3.6%

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