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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

S&W Breakfast Briefing: Touching base with regulations
S&W Breakfast Briefing: Touching base with regulations
Oliver Gordon
27 July 2016

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester's Trade Finance Breakfast Seminars, partners Geoffrey Wynne, Mark Norris, Marian Boyle and Sam Fowler-Holmes provide a legal update on a gamut of pressing regulatory issues including the UK's Modern Slavery Act, Article 55 and Bail-In, and international sanctions regimes.

EY: Despite slow down, Sub-Saharan Africa growth remains strong
26 July 2016

RCC replicates Coface facility for two edge-class vessels
RCC replicates Coface facility for two edge-class vessels
Max Thompson
25 July 2016

At the end of last month, the US' Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCC) signed a $1.43 billion Coface-backed buyer's credit agreement with a club of international banks to finance two edge-class cruise vessels for Celebrity Cruises, a premium subsidiary of RCC.

EIB approves billions of euros for new loans
25 July 2016

EIB finances key Hungarian railway infrastructure
25 July 2016

KfW to agree loan for Indian metro project
22 July 2016

Hungarian Ex-Im set for Azerbaijani rail loan
22 July 2016

China Exim agrees $7.6bn Tanzania railway loan
21 July 2016

TXF Rome '16: Design fiction illustrations
TXF Rome '16: Design fiction illustrations
Oliver Gordon
19 July 2016

At TXF's Export, Agency and Project Finance conference in Rome last month, delegates collaborated in a group exercise aimed at forecasting the future of the industry. Brought to you by Bowman & Poole, here are the resultant illustrations that depict a) the key drivers of change within the industry, and b) the future scenarios in which it might find itself.

Alceda and CBRE Clarion Securities unite on fund
18 July 2016

UKEF reveals Egypt trade and projects pledges
18 July 2016

India Exim finances Bangladesh power project
18 July 2016

KfW IPEX helps finance Melbourne port project
15 July 2016

Sri Lanka and Korea agree $300m development loans

Japan stimulus package to boost infrastructure exports
15 July 2016

NDB issues yuan-denominated green bonds
14 July 2016

Coface: CEE region sees drop in insolvencies
13 July 2016

Socar cuts cost of ECA-backed gas project
13 July 2016

China Exim's huge role in powering Africa

KfW IPEX helps finance expansion of German data centre
11 July 2016

Chevron and Kazakhstan see mutual benefits to oilfield boost
11 July 2016

$1.34 bn AfDB loan 'a very good story' for Eskom
$1.34 bn AfDB loan 'a very good story' for Eskom
Max Thompson
8 July 2016

Earlier this week, South Africa's state-operated power electricity firm, Eskom, signed a $1.34 billion loan with the African Development Bank (AfDB). The funds will be used for the company's general capital expansion, which includes new power plants, maintenance and refurbishment of generation, transmission and distribution facilities.

One Belt, One Road, many projects
One Belt, One Road, many projects
Helen Reid
7 July 2016

China’s One Belt, One Road initiative spans continents and oceans, and is set to become the largest regional trade network in the world. Financial institutions in China and abroad are cooperating in new ways to make it happen.

Saipem taps GIEK for innovative multi-tranche facility
Saipem taps GIEK for innovative multi-tranche facility
Max Thompson
7 July 2016

Earlier this month, the Italian drilling company Saipem closed a €667 ($740 million) million GIEK-backed buyer's credit facility to finance the purchase of equipment and services from Norwegian exporters within the offshore oil & gas technology sector.

JBIC agrees $1.16bn financing for Indonesia LNG project
5 July 2016

Thierry Croiset joins Coface as group risk director
5 July 2016

The good, the bad, and who knows what or where next!
The good, the bad, and who knows what or where next!
Jonathan Bell
4 July 2016

The past month of June has been a busy time for TXF, with two of our landmark conferences – TXF Rome and TXF London – blazing their way into the market and both proving to be resounding successes. But it has also been a time of great disappointment for me and colleagues, with the UK population voting to leave the European Union (EU).

YellowWood Adventures becomes a TXF travel partner
YellowWood Adventures becomes a TXF travel partner
Oliver Gordon
4 July 2016

TXF has joined forces with YellowWood Adventures to afford TXF subscribers discounted rates for adventure travel tours through Ethiopia’s iconic mountain ranges.

World Bank to fund huge criticised gas pipeline

STX: Investing in the future of cruise ships
STX: Investing in the future of cruise ships
Max Thompson
1 July 2016

On the sidelines of TXF's Export & Agency Finance conference in Rome, Max Thompson caught up with STX France's head of financing and treasury, Jean-Philippe Neau, to find out more about the shipbuilders multi-billion, multi-year debt plan. The interview ranges from the growing shipping market, the Harmony of the Seas's maiden voyage, and how the shipyard leverages its cash flow with such a busy order book.

Panama Canal expansion opens to boost trade
1 July 2016

Hornsdale's $173.5m project financing propels Australia towards renewables target
Hornsdale's $173.5m project financing propels Australia towards renewables target
Max Thompson
30 June 2016

Australia's Hornsdale Wind Farm secured financing with a club loan of A$173.5 million from KfW IPEX-Bank and Société Générale for the project’s second stage of construction. The expansion will double the capacity of the wind farm from 100 to 200MW, as pressure builds from the Australia Capital Territory (ACT) to reach the state’s target of deriving100% of its power needs from renewable energy sources by 2020.

Brexit: EIB will fund UK infrastructure projects - for now
29 June 2016

KfW IPEX finances stage 2 of Australian wind farm
29 June 2016

SMBC and ADB back Colombo port expansion
29 June 2016