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ABD agrees $500m loan for record Indian bridge
24 June 2016

Save the date! It's TXF Asia 2016!
24 June 2016
TXF

AFC receives $150 million from KfW
23 June 2016

AFC and Harith merge assets to power Africa
23 June 2016

Turk Eximbank set for $350m credit line to Sri Lanka

EBRD and AIIB set for first joint project
23 June 2016

Introducing Ishka: A new company for the aviation finance industry
Introducing Ishka: A new company for the aviation finance industry
Dan Sheriff
23 June 2016

TXF is delighted to announce our new foray into the world of aviation with the launch of Ishka!

How would Brexit affect UK trade?
How would Brexit affect UK trade?
Oliver Gordon
22 June 2016

As millions of UK citizens queued up at polling stations the length and breadth of the country, Ollie Gordon talked to trade economists, business associations, and exporters about the likely consequences of Brexit on UK trade.

NIB finances power line in Norway
22 June 2016

EIB agrees billions in new project financing
21 June 2016

Seaborn CEO: Laying the foundations for subsea ECA support
Seaborn CEO: Laying the foundations for subsea ECA support
Max Thompson
20 June 2016

On the sidelines of TXF's Export, Agency and Project Finance conference in Rome, Max Thompson caught up with the CEO of Seaborn Network, Larry Schwartz, to find out more about the first ever ECA-backed subsea cable.

RDIF, Pizzarotti and Gazprombank collaborate on Russian healthcare PPP project
20 June 2016

One Belt One Road needs $6trn in funding over next 15 years, says HSBC head
20 June 2016

Trading more than insults: how would Brexit impact trade finance?
Trading more than insults: how would Brexit impact trade finance?
Helen Reid
17 June 2016

All the British EU referendum seems to have been good for so far is trading insults - as emotions run high in the last few days before the historic 23 June vote, and British politics reels from the murder of MP Jo Cox, it is worth taking the time for a more sober, analytical perspective on the Brexit debate.

IFC and OPIC finance power plant to improve Senegal energy supply
17 June 2016
IFC

Standard Bank extends US$95m facility to Helios Towers Tanzania
17 June 2016

EBRD and Silk Road Fund seal MoU
16 June 2016

JBIC to increase lending to ASEAN projects
15 June 2016

World Bank plan brings Zambia cheapest solar power
15 June 2016

OPIC approves $1.2bn in project financing
14 June 2016

India’s Reliance on ECAs
India’s Reliance on ECAs
Max Thompson
13 June 2016

During TXF’s Export, Agency and Project Finance conference in Rome last week, Max Thompson caught up with senior vice president of Reliance Industries Vineyesh Sawhney to find out how important ECA support is to India’s largest conglomerate.

China Exim continues to woo Ethiopia with $500m industrial park loan
China Exim continues to woo Ethiopia with $500m industrial park loan
Helen Reid
13 June 2016

China Eximbank is advancing a $500 million loan to Ethiopia towards the construction of an industrial park in Adama, in the latest rapprochement between the two countries.

Export financiers look to Africa and Middle East for new opportunities in slowing market
Export financiers look to Africa and Middle East for new opportunities in slowing market
Helen Reid
10 June 2016

The export and project finance community has its say on the biggest issues in their market in our audience survey at TXF's Export, Agency and Project Finance conference in Rome.

ADB approves "historic" first cofinancing with AIIB
10 June 2016

NIB launches bond to fund green projects
10 June 2016

MIGA can provide guarantees for Southern Gas Corridor project
9 June 2016

Japanese megabanks swing behind controversial $3.42bn Batang power plant
Japanese megabanks swing behind controversial $3.42bn Batang power plant
Connor Lovell
8 June 2016

After four years of delay, the $4 billion Batang power project has been given the green light from Japanese financiers. But the environmental and social cost of Indonesia’s largest coal power station continues to rankle campaigners.

First EBI EFSI operation in Austria is agreed
8 June 2016

ECA borrower interview: Cambridge Industries
ECA borrower interview: Cambridge Industries
Oliver Gordon
6 June 2016

Samuel Alemayehu, managing director at Cambridge Industries, tells Ollie Gordon about the Africa-focused clean energy firm’s approach to ECA finance.

JBIC agrees $3.4bn loan for Indonesian coal station
6 June 2016

DFIs warn Egypt rule change will delay all renewable deals
DFIs warn Egypt rule change will delay all renewable deals
Max Thompson
3 June 2016

Earlier last month, the Egyptian government tweaked its contract terms to exclude the option of international arbitration for financiers of renewable energy deals. Development banks, major lenders for these types of deals, met with officials last week to discuss the issue which is delaying funding to a large scale wind farm and solar energy projects in the North African country.

IFC to finance Argentine sustainable energy projects
3 June 2016

IIC and Proparco help finance El Salvador solar power plant
3 June 2016

China Exim in $1bn loan for Ethiopia business park
3 June 2016

Egypt signs consortium financing for new wind farm
Egypt signs consortium financing for new wind farm
Max Thompson
2 June 2016

Egypt has partnered with GDF Suez, Toyota and Orascom to build a 250 MW wind farm, the project is part of a government push to hit 4.3 giga watt (GW) of wind and solar projects by the end of next year.

Brazilian government slims down BNDES to aid private lenders
Brazilian government slims down BNDES to aid private lenders
Connor Lovell
1 June 2016

Bloated state development bank BNDES is to be slimmed down by the government in order to boost commercial lenders in the Brazilian infrastructure market.

SACE reveals 91% rise in claims for Q1
SACE reveals 91% rise in claims for Q1
Max Thompson
1 June 2016

Italian ECA SACE this week announced the value of claims hit €130.8 million in the first quarter results of 2016 - up 91% on the same period last year. SACE says the significant increase reflects compensations paid for Italian supplies in the shipping and the metallurgy sector.

NDB to issue first yuan-denominated bonds
1 June 2016

Standard Chartered and USAID boost Zambia’s power grid
1 June 2016

Development agencies pledge $149m for Costa Rican wind projects
Development agencies pledge $149m for Costa Rican wind projects
Max Thompson
31 May 2016

GME, Central America's leading wind energy company, has tapped three international development agencies, FMO, Proparco, and OeEB for $149 million in long-term financing to build four 20-MW wind farms in Costa Rica.

Kexim and KDB undercapitalised as Korean shipyards head for the rocks
Kexim and KDB undercapitalised as Korean shipyards head for the rocks
Connor Lovell
31 May 2016

Facing a liquidity drought, the state-owned lenders to Korea’s embattled shipyards are in need of recapitalisation if they are to support restructuring in the industry. But bailout plans have worried the IMF and may put Korea on the wrong side of WTO state aid rules.

SACE backs exports for Oman petrochemical project
31 May 2016

FMO, Proparco, OeEB finance Costa Rica wind projects
31 May 2016

Carbon Holdings seals OPIC financing deal
31 May 2016

BSTDB and Austria development bank agree loan
31 May 2016

Descending in a blaze of glory: TXF Rome is almost here
31 May 2016
TXF

First Quantum signs new $1.8bn loan with improved financial covenants
First Quantum signs new $1.8bn loan with improved financial covenants
Jonathan Bell
30 May 2016

Mining company First Quantum Minerals has completed a new $1.8 billion term loan and revolving credit facility with its core relationship banks that gives it revised financial covenants and an extended amortisation schedule.

AIIB and EIB to renew project cooperation
30 May 2016

Korean shipyards limp on with K-sure-backed $221 million loan to BW LPG
Korean shipyards limp on with K-sure-backed $221 million loan to BW LPG
Connor Lovell
26 May 2016

The order for four very large gas carriers from Hyundai Heavy Industries is riding on the coat tails of a decade of expansion for Korea’s shipbuilders. But concerns about overcapacity are hitting the order books.

TXF Rome 2016: Two weeks to go
26 May 2016
TXF