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Perspective
16 February 2021
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Power, Renewables

Chile Electricity PEC: Passing on the savings

Chile froze consumer power prices in 2019, leaving power distribution companies with losses and unable to pass inflation and dollar indexation increases in traditional...

Perspective
12 February 2021
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: What the energy transition really means

Whether driven by the scientific evidence for climate change, the growing ESG-aware shareholder movement or basic economics, the world's biggest energy providers are...

News
08 February 2021

AllianzGI launches AROC strategy

Allianz Global Investors is launching its Allianz Resilient Opportunistic Credit (AROC) strategy to provide its institutional investors with access to the full range of...

Perspective
20 January 2021
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

After the dust settles: COVID-19 and project finance in perspective

Watch On-Demand | A look at the long- and short-term effects of COVID on the project and infrastructure finance market, 12 months on.

News
11 January 2021

Tom Jamieson, Jo En Low, and Gordon Stewart join Bracewell

Bracewell has hired Tom Jamieson, Jo En Low, and Gordon Stewart to join its London office as partners in the global energy practice. Jamieson, Low, and Stewart move to...

News
08 January 2021
in
Renewables

EGP and QIA to partner in African renewables JV

Enel Green Power (EGP) and a Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) subsidiary have signed a joint venture partnership for the future construction and operation of renewable...

News
07 January 2021

KPMG Australia announces partner promotions

KPMG Australia has announced 33 new internal partner promotions that became effective from the start of the year. This includes promotion for Tom Lord in Sydney and...

News
05 January 2021
in
Metals and Mining

Trump to approve land swap for Rio Tinto's Resolution Copper project

US President Donald Trump’s outgoing administration plans to approve a controversial land swap needed for Rio Tinto and partners to build an Arizona copper mining...

Perspective
17 December 2020

Proximo Weekly: Merry Christmas to all our readers

2020 may have been a year like no other for hurdles to getting deals done. But it has all been a demonstration of all that is best about the project finance market. Take...

Perspective
17 December 2020
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

The Proximo 2020 Festive Trends Round-up

On-demand Webinar | Is it possible to assess the impacts of 2020 on the project, energy and infrastructure finance market? Probably not, but Proximo will try and make...

Perspective
10 December 2020
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Metals and Mining

Proximo Weekly: ECA support for mining gets smaller – but smarter

ECAs are playing a growing role in the financing of small, strategic-commodity mining projects – even coming in alongside royalty providers in deals where they might not...

Perspective
26 November 2020
in
Telecoms and Communications

Last mile funding options in European fibre

On Demand Now | While data centres are grabbing the most attention in digital infrastructure, fibre networks are producing the dealflow. Proximo will discuss the state of...

News
25 November 2020
in
Renewables

Concordia granted Tomislavgrad wind farm concession

The government of Bosnia's Herzeg-Bosnian canton has granted Concordia a concession to develop a wind farm  in the southeastern municipality of Tomislavgrad.

Perspective
20 November 2020
in
Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Geothermal’s steam dreams

With oil drilling equipment standing idle across the world, is now the time for geothermal to make a comeback?

Perspective
29 October 2020
in
Oil & gas

Proximo Weekly: Are deep pockets needed for the Petrobras sell-off?

The Petrobras divestment programme has overcome its COVID hiccup. But debt finance – particularly from the RBL market – may only be available in theory.

Perspective
22 October 2020
in
Power, Renewables

Watching the transition in Polish power

Poland's renewables sector has notched up some modest successes. Greater volumes of debt - and a successful launch to the country's offshore wind programme - will be...

News
16 October 2020
in
Transport

Transurban appoints interim CFO

Toll road operator Transurban has appointed Tom McKay as its interim Chief Financial Officer from November 13 to coincide with the departure of the current CFO Adam...

Perspective
02 October 2020

Bankable without banks in Latin American infrastructure

Institutional lenders are increasingly comfortable with a wide variety of greenfield and brownfield assets in Latin America. Will governments continue to make sure these...

News
18 September 2020
in
Metals and Mining

Tomagold sells Monster Lake interest to Iamgold

Canada's Tomagold is selling its 25% interest in the Monster Lake Project to Iamgold Corporation in a C$8.5 million ($6.4 million) deal.Toronto-headquartered Iamgold...

Perspective
17 September 2020
in
Renewables

Expanding the debt and technology universe in Asian solar

Asia has enjoyed marked success in solar installations in the last decade, though a small number of large developed economies have taken the lead. How can sponsors access...