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Invest in Turkey: One Belt One Road Already Helping Attract Capital from Asia

Despite being caught in the turbulence that rocked emerging markets in 2018, Turkey remains an attractive destination for foreign investors, boasting strong fundamentals and a growing pipeline of projects in need of capital. Bonds & Loans spoke with Ahmet Burak Dağlıoğlu, Vice President of Invest in Turkey, about the growing role of Asian investment in the country, funding diversification and…

30 Jul 2019

Borusan EnBW Enerji CFO: Renewables Largely Unscathed by Recent Downturn in Turkey

After a slide on the lira in August 2018, followed by creeping inflation, Turkish corporates have had a rough year. One sector that has rode out the storm unscathed however, has been renewable energy developers. Bonds & Loans speaks with Hakan Aras, Chief Financial Officer for Borusan EnBW Enerji about ECA financing, Chinese investment and the company’s expansion plans.

18 Jul 2019

Brookfield Americas Infrastructure Debt Head Sees New Opportunities in Telecoms, Renewables

Hadley Peer Marshall, Managing Director of Infrastructure Debt at Brookfield speaks with Bonds & Loans about managing local currency constraints when investing in infrastructure in Latin America, and new sectors generating investment opportunities.

28 Jun 2019

CASE STUDY: Armpower Energy Plant Marks First Greenfield Project Finance Deal in Armenia

Not only was the transaction a major step forward for private sector participation in Armenia’s energy sector, but the deal marked the first greenfield energy project financing in the country. With the involvement of four multilateral development institutions and a number of investors via the IFC’s innovative Managed Co-Lending Portfolio Programme (MCPP), the total financing cost amounted to…

31 May 2019

Latin America: China seeks to Diversify its Lending and Investment Practices

Chinese lending and investment to Latin America has exploded over the past two decades, with China consequently becoming the region’s largest creditor. But the scope and scale of Chinese activity is changing as it looks to invest in new sectors and countries, raising questions about its long-term presence in the region.

30 May 2019

HSBC Brazil CEO Sees Funding Opportunities as Turnaround Continues

As key reforms progress through the various arteries of Brazil’s governments, most investors and lenders remain resolutely optimistic about the market’s prospects – few more than HSBC, which recently announced its intention to significantly expand its presence in the country and re-establish itself as one of its top international banks.

8 May 2019

Latin America Loan Market Heats Up as Hard Currency Liquidity Comes into Focus

Latin American borrowers continue to see strong demand from lenders and investors following a hectic year of elections in many of the region’s largest economies. We speak with Mauricio Voorduin, Managing Director, Latin America Regional Head; David Costa, Managing Director, Head of Latin America Finance; Sara Pirzada, Managing Director, Loan Syndications; and Mark Tuttle, Managing Director, DCM…

26 Apr 2019

Andean Borrowers Cut Through Volatility to Win Big at Bonds & Loans Latin America Awards

Despite a slowdown in some of the Andean region’s powerhouse economies and souring emerging market investor sentiment, many borrowers were unperturbed and moved into markets with inaugural, innovative transactions through much of last year. We take a closer look at some of the transactions originating from the region that won top prize at this year’s Bonds & Loans Latin America Awards.

17 Apr 2019

Russia Gears Up for Huge Infrastructure Development Push Under Putin’s “May Decrees”

The Russian government is developing a USD400bn roadmap for a massive economic overhaul in a bid to boost living standards and spur activity in key segments of the economy. Attracting that kind of investment is already looking like a mammoth task, particularly given some of the recent political moves clouding the country’s business climate.

12 Mar 2019

After Elections, Policy Uncertainty, Liquidity Concerns Weigh on Infrastructure Outlook in Americas

The dust is beginning to settle following one of the busiest election years in Latin America’s recent history, but concerns around policy reversals and a lack of sufficient liquidity in certain markets could mean infrastructure developers and investors focused on some of the region’s largest economies may not particularly like what they see. The early signs are worrying, to say the least.

1 Mar 2019

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