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24 September 2021

Risk, reward and the rebound in US infrastructure finance

Conditions are starting to look promising for higher volumes across US project finance. In a roundtable sponsored by BNY Mellon, Proximo explores the new market dynamic...

16 June 2021
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Renewables

Living in the mainstream for battery storage

The last five years have seen a huge increase in the number of installations of battery storage systems – and an increase in financing volumes for the asset. Proximo asks...

01 February 2021
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Funding, Risk

Infra investment resilience: testing pandemic immunity

Recent changes to risk perception, perceived debt and equity appetite for certain infrastructure asset sectors and the growing ESG movement look set to outlast the...

30 October 2020
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Funding

Finding certainty in an uncertain climate (part two)

In the second part of a two-part roundtable sponsored by AXA XL, we explore the changing perceptions of risk in the infrastructure market – from both CRI provider and...

21 October 2020
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Funding

Finding certainty in an uncertain climate (part one)

The new normal has accelerated many pre-Covid investment trends, slowed others and left many asset managers with an imbalance of risk in portfolios that were built on old...

29 June 2020
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Risk

Puzzled by credit risk insurance? (part two)

In the second instalment of a two-part roundtable sponsored by Texel, we explore what new strategies banks would like from CRI providers, what those providers are...

23 June 2020
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Risk

Puzzled by credit risk insurance? (part one)

Appetite for credit risk insurance (CRI) for project financings looks set to rise in the wake of fallout from Covid-19. In the first session of a two-part roundtable...

09 April 2020
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Rules, Energy, Power, Renewables

Austin’s Power Bankers: Can they keep their mojo?

The good times are continuing in US power for now, with strong renewables activity compensating for slowing gas-fired volumes. Proximo asks the top lenders in the US...

19 February 2020
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Funding, Rules

Miami advice: Get ready for the rebound

Low commodities prices and political upheaval mask some promising opportunities in infrastructure and energy finance in Latin America. And sponsors still have access to a...

31 January 2020
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Funding, Sustainability

ESG and infrastructure – do the numbers stack up?

Cost or cost benefit? Green or greenwash? What does the increasing focus on ESG compliance bring to the infrastructure market and is an impractical take on ESG in danger...

19 September 2019
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Funding

What the infrastructure investors say (part two)...

In a roundtable sponsored by international law firm Paul Hastings, nine major debt and equity investors debate key issues affecting the now and future of the...

12 September 2019
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Funding

What the infrastructure investors say (part one)...

In a roundtable sponsored by international law firm Paul Hastings, nine major debt and equity investors debate key issues affecting the now and future of the...

19 August 2019

What the bankers say (part two)...

With the heads of eight major project finance banks in attendance at Proximo's European Infrastructure and Renewables Finance Exchange in Lisbon in May, we took the...

13 August 2019

What the bankers say (part one)...

With the heads of project finance from eight major banks in the same place at the same time – Proximo's European Infrastructure and Renewables Finance Exchange in Lisbon...

18 June 2019
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Renewables

European solar: A wider focus but funding questions remain

European solar is predicted to balloon again in the next two years. But with the move to merchant, a relatively seminal corporate PPA market, development of...

24 May 2019
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Rules, Social infrastructure

Social infrastructure PPP: Back to the drawing board?

With a large and widening social infrastructure funding gap in Europe, PFI dead in England and PPP under scrutiny in the EU, what are the alternatives for governments...

10 May 2019
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Transport

Financing European airports: Check-in early to get the mandate

As an asset class, European airports have entered the financing mainstream. With demand for equity opportunities outstripping supply, appetite for airport debt...

08 March 2019
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Telecoms & communications

Navigating the digital project corridor

With the European fibre market entering the project financing mainstream, how big can the wider digital infrastructure market get, and what risk mitigants are still...

16 January 2019
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Funding, Rules, Transport

European Transport Finance: Funding next year's model

European governments and the private sector face an enormous transport challenge. In addition to demand for greenfield infrastructure, there is a backlog for investment...

03 January 2019

EV Charging Infrastructure: Balancing the funding equation

Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is potentially the next big core market for project lenders and investors. But like mobile telecoms and broadband before it,...