Project Finance Yearbook 2008/2009 with Contributors from World’s Top Banks
Last update: 2:00 a.m. EDT Sept. 4, 2008
DUBLIN, Ireland, Sep 04, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c03683/project_finance_ye) has announced the addition of the “Project Finance Yearbook 2008/2009” report to their offering.
The Project Finance Yearbook has been illustrating trends within the market through authoritative editorial and comment for the past 17 years. Specialist chapters covering innovative aspects of project finance, in the form of case studies and regional reviews are all written by leading players from the project finance industry.
Chapters in Project Finance Yearbook 2008/09 include:
— Infrastructure’s unbalanced equation, by Robert Bestani, Asian Development Bank. In the past two years, the financial markets have seen a virtual explosion of new investment funds designed to mobilize money for new infrastructure projects around the world.
— Introduction by Geoff Haley, Chairman, IPFA — an overview of the opportunities for BOT projects in China with an analysis of the models developed.
— The 2nd Coentunnel project, by Rebel Group Advisory — case study of an innovative and breakthrough PPP deal for the Netherlands.
— The Middle East and her sovereign funds, by Marion Williams. In depth analysis of one of the hot topics for 2008/09.
— The Portuguese PPP market: How it began to current challenges, by Caixa — Banco de Investimento, S.A.
— Russian PPP development in the urban transport sector by EBRD (Moscow).
Other topics include the growth of political risk insurance in the Middle East, a special feature on RBS Sempra Commodities examines the use of project finance in commodity and export trade finance, Lagos Energy City, Africa’s first fully intergrated business hub for the oil & gas industry, and growth of project finance in Romania..
The Ultimate Project Finance Directory – completely updated for 2008/09
The accompanying directory of specialists in PF is recognised as one of the leading sources for contacts within the industry and lists over 1000 companies (approximately 3000 personnel contacts), full postal, email, and web site addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and a description of their activities in the market.
The Appendix to the book presents the market leaders for 2007/08, in the form of global project finance league tables, including the top 10 global projects closed, leading arrangers, providers, sponsors, and advisers both internationally and by region. Each new edition of the Project Finance Yearbook complements those previous, combining to create a reference library of experience in international project finance.
Supplement: Commodities, Precious Metals & Mining Review 2008/09. Normally sold separately, this edition is free with Project Finance Yearbook 2008/09. Topics include: managing institutional investments in commodities, mining finance in Africa and carbon markets.
— Asian Development Bank
— International Project Finance Association
— MIGA, World Bank Group
— RBS Sempra Commodities
— Rebel Group
— Caixa — Banco de Investimento, S.A.
— Bulboaca & Asociatii SCA
— Transglobal Energy Funds Pte Ltd
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