Tajikistan has startled bond investors with its debut Eurodollar issue – a deal designed to finance construction of the 3600MW Rogun hydroelectric power project. But the bigger mystery is why it came to market at all.
Exclusive subscriber content…
Become a TXF subscriber today to continue accessing content without any restrictions
Within the area of political violence insurance, the concepts of terrorism and war are widely discussed, but often poorly understood. Zoe Towndrow, practice lead, political violence at BPL Global, examines the complexities of the policy wordings and reveals how banks and sponsors can ensure project finance deals are suitably covered for adverse geopolitical events
The issue of critical mineral supply is widening as more countries consider putting in place a policy or strategy to maximise domestic and international value. Such policies will create genuine opportunities for mining and processing companies, commodity traders and support from banks, ECAs and DFIs.
With only five weeks to go until TXF APAC: Commodity Finance and Natural Resources in Singapore, here’s some of the highlights that attendees can look forward to, and why TXF’s commodities events have rebranded to focus more on physical trade flows.