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24 November 2022
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Power

Proximo Weekly: What ETMs can and can’t do for coal retirements

The recent ACEN ETM to retire the South Luzon coal-fired plant early attracted some controversy over its use of the ETM moniker. But the deal is more promising than was...

23 November 2022
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Oil & gas

PDP securitisation: Oil, gas and paper

PDP securitisation is unlikely to ever hit the oil and gas financing mainstream – but appetite from US oil and gas independents is growing and with good reason.

18 November 2022

Proximo Weekly: Deals of the Year 2022 and what it takes to be a winner

The best project sponsors completely change the conversation about how to finance a particular asset class – Venture Global did that in spades with its move to modular.

17 November 2022
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Power, Renewables

Zeroing In: US utilities’ path to carbon-free

US utilities will bear the main burden of efforts to decarbonise the country’s power grid. Proximo gathered together utilities, consultants, and development and finance...

15 November 2022
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Social infrastructure

Ready for a rebirth for stadium and arena finance?

WATCH ON-DEMAND HERE. Original broadcast date: 10 November 2022. Several new big-ticket sports facilities are near market. But revenue mix, available political support,...

11 November 2022
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Power

Proximo Weekly: Plugging US power into bankability

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) had won itself a lot of fans among bankers and developers at Proximo’s US Power & Renewables Finance event in Austin last week....

27 October 2022

Proximo Weekly: In Latin infrastructure funds we trust

Politics, credit markets, and evolving technology are all creating challenges for the New York bankers active in Latin America. But the best cause for optimism is the...

23 September 2022
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Transport

Proximo Weekly: More asset churn from the US PPP market

What Atlas Arteria's acquisition of the Skyway says about the state of the Australian infrastructure market. And what travelling the Skyway says about US PPP

21 September 2022
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Power

ACEN South Luzon: An ETM by the same name?

ACEN’s divestment from the South Luzon coal-fired plant in the Philippines is billed as an energy transition financing, although it is not part of the ADB’s official ETM...

16 September 2022

Proximo Weekly: Pent up demand for sustainable capital?

Pentagreen, a new, sustainable infrastructure-focused lending platform headed by Marat Zapparov, launched in Singapore last month. Does it have the tools to address...

19 August 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: New avenues for US tax credits

The Inflation Reduction Act has delivered one of the most significant shake-ups of the US tax equity market since its inception. The law makes tax credits accessible to a...

18 August 2022
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

Subordinated debt: Realistic return options?

Watch the webinar on-demand. Can higher cost debt stay competitive in choppy credit markets, or can providers thrive even with higher pricing?

29 July 2022
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Transport

Ferrocarril Central refinancing: Adding Bs to As

That the Ferrocarril Central refinancing has managed to raise additional competitive long-term financing to meet increased costs with relative ease points to the...

22 July 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Does the Lekela sale make African renewables a mainstream asset?

The $1.5 billion sale of the Lekela Power portfolio is a milestone for African renewables in terms of transaction size. But does it suggest that the continent’s power...

01 July 2022
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Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport

Deals of the Year 2021 EMEA: The winners podium

Commercial banks, DFIs and ECAs are still doing the heavy lifting of financing transport and transition assets. A look at 2021's Proximo Award winners in EMEA.

17 June 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Biomass bugs

Not all biomass has the same green credentials. But credit concerns, as much as policy issues, should drive biomass wariness.

20 May 2022
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Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: KKR to speed up ContourGlobal transition

KKR has lined up interim lenders for the debt package backing its acquisition of ContourGlobal. The deal is expected to close in Q4 of this year.

12 May 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Fortescue goes green with hydrogen high yields

Fortescue Metals Group has closed on $1.5 billion in high-yield bonds, with part of the proceeds earmarked for solar and hydrogen projects. It looks like Fortescue's next...

06 May 2022
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Transport

Proximo Weekly: Brazil street lighting – LED-ing the way in PPP

Brazil’s municipalities have made huge progress in procuring street lighting upgrades using PPP concessions. But project sponsors are only likely to need offshore capital...

04 May 2022

An opening for sustainability-linked debt in project finance?

Corporate borrowers and lenders have responded enthusiastically to the concept of sustainability-linked lending. Jennifer Charles and Ryan Ayrton, London-based partners...

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