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Luketa joins Cranmore Partners as senior consultant
17 January 2019

Afreximbank closes $500m Chexim-backed facility
17 January 2019

Uganda seeks $246m UKEF loan for Kampala Industrial and Business Park
17 January 2019

Egypt secures $1.2bn Chexim loan for light rail to new capital
16 January 2019

Government unveils plan to recapitalise India Exim
16 January 2019

Moray East: The shape of UK deals to come
Moray East: The shape of UK deals to come
Ross Crear
15 January 2019

Despite a record low CfD strike price, the 950MW Moray East UK offshore wind project reached financial close in December backed by strong lender and ECA appetite. Does the deal hint at the financing future for UK offshore wind as it heads closer to zero subsidy?

Amur GPP bank mandates by month-end
15 January 2019

NCLH gets financing for Leonardo 5 and 6, Oceania's Allura pair
15 January 2019

Al Dur 2 set to mandate banks
14 January 2019

EXIM Thailand appoints head of banking department
14 January 2019

Petroperu's ECA flag day
Petroperu's ECA flag day
Oliver Gordon
11 January 2019

Petroperu's $1.3 billion CESCE-backed facility had to navigate four changes of government in two countries to finally reach financial close last month. But the deal still broke all records for ECA project financing into the country.

Kexim names Kim Kyung-ja as first female executive
11 January 2019

Is the OECD Consensus still fit for purpose?
Is the OECD Consensus still fit for purpose?
Max Thompson
9 January 2019

OECD exporters and ECAs often cite the need to modernise the OECD Consensus on export credits. The International Working Group on Export Credits (IWG) is making progress – but will the IWG guidelines provide alternative rules to the OECD, or will it run alongside them?

ADC sounding out lenders for $1bn Phosphate Fertilizer
7 January 2019

Wearing sustainability in export finance, the latest TXF podcast
Wearing sustainability in export finance, the latest TXF podcast
Dan Sheriff
7 January 2019

TXF’s first podcast of 2019 focuses on sustainability in export finance, as the community looks for commercial opportunities as the market steers away from traditional Oil & Gas and Power sectors.

RAPID to close $3.5bn ECA-backed facility in Q1
4 January 2019

Shop talk: VTB on evolving ‘Sino-Russia’ relations
Shop talk: VTB on evolving ‘Sino-Russia’ relations
Ross Crear
4 January 2019

Igor Ostreyko, managing director of trade and export finance at VTB, and Anna Ponomareva, head of ECA and agency finance at VTB, discuss product innovations in a post-sanction environment, and how the state-owned bank has become the only Russian lender to tap Sinosure cover.

Bolivia's Mutun receives $56m Chexim investment
4 January 2019

NEXI backs polyethylene plant construction in Indonesia
3 January 2019

Bapco closes $4bn ECA-backed facility
2 January 2019

Malaysia may resume 'smaller' East Coast Rail Link project
2 January 2019

UniCredit and SACE help Venchi expand its chocolate into Asia
2 January 2019

Afreximbank, AGF sign $30m re-guarantee facility for SMEs

KUKE agrees to cover Feerun's Ukrainian grain silo contracts
2 January 2019

KfW IPEX, EDC, MUFG finance four power grid projects in Chile
2 January 2019

UKEF finances Bluewater Bio work on Bahrain waste water plant
21 December 2018

Gulf Sriracha IPP: Long tenor, tight pricing and Thai debt
Gulf Sriracha IPP: Long tenor, tight pricing and Thai debt
Ross Crear
21 December 2018

Sponsors of the $1.54 billion gas-fired Gulf Sriracha IPP project in Thailand – Gulf Energy Development and Mitsui – have closed a tightly priced DFI/ECA-backed financing to fund the scheme. And the dual-currency deal is set to serve as a blueprint for future IPP financings in the southeast Asian country.

Is the new US development finance agency taking a knife to a gunfight?
Is the new US development finance agency taking a knife to a gunfight?
Oliver Gordon
20 December 2018

The IDFC — which could eventually incorporate US Exim — will see the US try to take on the Chinese development banks at their own game. TXF asks how that will play out both in terms of feasibility and the wider impact on development as a tool of foreign policy.

Saipem to sign deal this week for Arctic LNG 2
19 December 2018

Shop talk: GE China, spreading the ECA umbrella
Shop talk: GE China, spreading the ECA umbrella
Max Thompson
18 December 2018

TXF spoke with Charles Xu, managing director of commercial finance & capital markets at GE China, to discuss the benefits of directly sourcing Chinese financings in a global power market with only a handful of major players.

SACE backs farm machinery group's to Africa, Central America
18 December 2018

TAPI pipeline project to mandate banks Q1 2019
17 December 2018

PIDG secures additional $100m funding from DGIS
17 December 2018

Pedro Novo promoted as Bpifrance continues its march
Pedro Novo promoted as Bpifrance continues its march
Eavie Burnett
17 December 2018

TXF speaks to Pedro Novo about his promotion to Bpifrance's new Executive Department for Export and how this will encourage local entrepreneurship.

Australia's Austal wins export facility-backed Trinidad & Tobago deal
17 December 2018

Uzbekistan borrows $2.3 billion for gas-to-liquids plant project
17 December 2018

Canadian Solar reaches financial close on Aguascalientes solar project
14 December 2018

Petroperu seals CESCE-backed $1.3bn financing for refinery upgrade
14 December 2018

Afreximbank unveils Nigeria trade deal and $1.235bn industrial parks MoU
14 December 2018

New Zealand Export Credit releases Annual Overview

Nachtigal: Development finance as it should be
Nachtigal: Development finance as it should be
Sean Keating
11 December 2018

As more governments look to mimic Chinese-style development finance offerings, the recently signed Nachtigal hydro project financing is a perfect example of why they shouldn't.

Details on Thor offshore wind farm emerge
11 December 2018

Private carriers ‘crowded out’ of Canadian trade credit insurance market
11 December 2018

UKEF and VAMED agree deal to boost UK healthcare exports
11 December 2018

Shop talk: Hermes reflects on Russia and 'click and cover' for SMEs
Shop talk: Hermes reflects on Russia and 'click and cover' for SMEs
Ross Crear
11 December 2018

While the ripple effect of sanctions is still creating uncertainty around new Russian business, German exporter and lender confidence is returning to the region. TXF spoke with Thomas Baum, head of underwriting at Euler Hermes, to discuss the German ECA’s busy petchem project pipeline in Russia, its increased risk appetite in Africa, and how its new digitalised ‘click and cover’ platform is streamlining access to export finance for SMEs.

Bank mandates for Amur GPP expected Q1 2019
10 December 2018

Central African Republic formalises Afreximbank membership
10 December 2018

Carbon Holdings signs AFC tranche for Tahrir Petchem project
10 December 2018

Right problem – wrong solution: The threat to the multilateral official finance system
Right problem – wrong solution: The threat to the multilateral official finance system
Paul Mudde
10 December 2018

Often priced at well below accepted market rates, Chinese official finance is a major hurdle to fair competition in the global export market. A growing number of governments are attempting to compete by circumventing OECD rules and blurring trade with aid. But adding more unfair trade practices risks the global official finance system self-combusting and ending any real chance of a lasting and fair resolution to the problem.

Duqm Refinery reaches financial close
7 December 2018