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ECAs to be involved in GoviEx Uranium's Niger project
13 September 2016

Finnvera to provide financing for UK biomass plant
13 September 2016

World Bank and China form Africa infrastructure firm
13 September 2016

CAF and NDB agree infrastructure MoU
13 September 2016

Warid Telecom closes new landmark ECA deal in Pakistan
Warid Telecom closes new landmark ECA deal in Pakistan
Max Thompson
12 September 2016

Due to the political and economic uncertainty surrounding Pakistan, international financing has been hard to come by for the South Asian country. Nonetheless,in July Warid Telecom, a Pakistani mobile operator, closed a $249.76 million EKN-backed loan – the third largest ECA deal in the country – for the purchase of Ericsson telecoms equipment.

South African ECA seeks bigger role
12 September 2016

EBRD covers Poland's Arctic paper €30m loan
12 September 2016

Japan eyes 'UN Security Council seat' with $30bn pledge to Africa
Japan eyes 'UN Security Council seat' with $30bn pledge to Africa
Max Thompson
9 September 2016

Japan's latest pledge to commit $30 billion in public and private support for infrastructure development in Africa is a "politically motivated" move to ensure the Asian giant has "a seat at the Security Council in the United Nations by 2023", according to one market observer.

What the SH130 bankruptcy says about the state of US infrastructure finance
What the SH130 bankruptcy says about the state of US infrastructure finance
Tom Nelthorpe
9 September 2016

A Texan bankruptcy court is now examining a restructuring plan for the SH130 toll road, which has become a fascinating case study into the dangers of using Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to build new toll roads.

CDB set to fund Mongolia railway project
9 September 2016

CDB to finance Kazakh petrochemical complex
6 September 2016

US Ex-Im strikes back with French lease financing for Sun Express
US Ex-Im strikes back with French lease financing for Sun Express
Connor Lovell
2 September 2016

In a deal that represents US Ex-Im's last approved aircraft guarantee before it shut down last summer, Turkish airline Sun Express closed in June five US Ex-Im-backed loans totalling $168 million, which were structured as French leases, for the acquisition of five Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

JBIC agrees $400m Yamal LNG Loan
2 September 2016

RDIF and Inventis agree project investment deal
2 September 2016

European ECAs to finance Uruguay wind farm
31 August 2016

Gregory Hutton to head Rabobank's US project finance
30 August 2016

JBIC agrees loan for new Abu Dhabi oil field
30 August 2016

The global push to finance renewable energy sources
The global push to finance renewable energy sources
Georges Romano
30 August 2016

Export credit agencies, development banks, and multilaterals are becoming crucial sources of financing behind the growth of renewable energy projects in both developed and emerging countries. Georges Ramano, Latin America regional head of export and agency finance, treasury and trade solutions at Citi, tells TXF why these financial institutions are becoming highly attractive in bringing these projects to fruition and fuelling a sustainable green future.

NIB and Finnvera to finance eucalyptus pulp mill in Brazil
26 August 2016

Altech's KfW IPEX financing "progressing well"
25 August 2016

KfW IPEX finances wind farm in Uruguay
25 August 2016

Nigeria seeks $21bn loan from China Exim
19 August 2016

TXF Asia 2016! Plus watch Rome keynote exporter panel!
17 August 2016
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Gunvor secures financing for Rotterdam refinery
17 August 2016

TXF Data Update: Power sector dominates export finance in H1
TXF Data Update: Power sector dominates export finance in H1
Max Thompson
16 August 2016

Power is the export finance’s largest sector in H1 of 2016, accounting for 44.1% of the market, with significant growth in both coal-fired and conventional power.

EBRD finances Centerra's gold mine in Turkey
15 August 2016

KfW and KfW IPEX finance North Sea wind project
12 August 2016

India Exim supports Ghana railway project
12 August 2016

Olympics gives Brazil some cover
Olympics gives Brazil some cover
Jonathan Bell
11 August 2016

Summer in the northern hemisphere is usually a slow period for export credit agency (ECA) and DFI-backed financing, but this year I can’t help noticing that it is one of the slowest yet. Still – let’s face it, much of the financing world, particularly in Europe, seem to be on nice long holidays. And, of course – it is an Olympics year after all.

South Korea and Cabei keen to strengthen ties
11 August 2016

Kexim and Ethiopia agree road project loan
10 August 2016

KfW IPEX earmarks billions of euros in shipping financing
10 August 2016

RDIF boosts cooperation with Ronesans Holding
9 August 2016

India Exim agrees financing for Malawi water project
8 August 2016

IFC provides funding for Panama LNG project
8 August 2016

Angola power deal taps ECA support amidst non-payment crisis
Angola power deal taps ECA support amidst non-payment crisis
Max Thompson
5 August 2016

Even though Angola is facing a rollercoaster ride with a drop-off in oil revenues, and a non-payment crisis, three European ECAs have backed a $460.29 million loan to the MoF of Angola for the construction of the Lauca hydroelectric power plant.

EBRD agrees loan for solar plant in Jordan
5 August 2016

Schuster launches JLS Capital Strategies
5 August 2016

Turk Eximbank seals MIGA deal weeks before downgrade
Turk Eximbank seals MIGA deal weeks before downgrade
Max Thompson
4 August 2016

At the end of June, Turk Eximbank signed a $746.82 million MIGA-backed loan with a syndicate of banks for on-lending to Turkish exporters. The deal closed just weeks before an attempted coup in Turkey which prompted Standard and Poor's to cut Turkey's credit rating.

Altech Chemicals seeks Euler Hermes financing
4 August 2016

AFD boosts renewable energy in Kenya
4 August 2016

Fitch affirms ADB at AAA
4 August 2016

S&P: Brexit impact on UK project finance is minimal
3 August 2016

France to fund development projects in Cuba
3 August 2016

Cabei targets Japan with green bond debut
3 August 2016

India Exim raises $1bn from overseas bonds
2 August 2016

Jones Day hires five from Hogan Lovells
2 August 2016

Project finance faces up to Brexit uncertainties
Project finance faces up to Brexit uncertainties
Helen Reid
29 July 2016

Project finance looked set to be shook by Brexit, but with a market currently flush with liquidity, and the likelihood of a continued relationship with the European Investment Bank, the sector may not be hit as hard as predicted. However, questions remain over how large UK projects will develop.

IFC looks at $500m green aggregation facility
29 July 2016

SACE: support rises but net profit drops
28 July 2016