The new Project Finance Yearbook is packed with recent case studies and regional reviews written by leading players in the project finance industry. The accompanying industry directory lists full postal, email, and web site addresses, telephone and fax numbers and a description of activities.
The Project Finance Yearbook is the leading industry reference resource for international project finance professionals.
Experience project finance in the field including innovative project finance modelling, case studies of recent ground-breaking projects, advice on managing both country and project risk, legal and contractual problems and how they were solved.
Regional reviews focus on the US, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Africa, Australia, India and Japan, among others. Case studies cover a varied subject range from renewable energy projects to selecting the right depositary bank and collateral agent for your deal.
The accompanying directory lists over 2,400 specialists in project finance from 130 countries and lists full postal, email and website addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and a description of activities in the market.
The 2012/13 edition explores the following topics:
- The increased global need for infrastructure and how project finance will play a large role in meeting the enormous funding requirement, looking in particular at projects in Canada, USA, EMEA, Latin America, Asia-Pacific. - New project finance opportunities for Portuguese financial institutions in Brazil and Africa. - Selecting the right depositary bank and collateral agent/trustee for your deal - Procurement and financing of public infrastructure in Canada with an emphasis on the emergence of the broad bond market as a key source of financing power projects and road projects. - The flourishing PPP bond market in Canada and the development of PPP bond markets in other jurisdictions such as UK, Continental Europe, Australia. - Project financing as a well-established method of financing major projects in Thailand, with a focus on renewable energy projects. - Renewable project finance in the US, Europe and China and new types of financing project bonds, S-REITS, YieldCos, syndicated tax equity. - Creating a storage solution for India's surplus grain through innovative public-private partnerships (PPP). - An overview of project finance in Brazil, looking at the various types of financing and legislative changes affecting infrastructure projects. - Solar energy finance opportunities in key emerging markets, looking at the market trends in solar photovoltaic technology and some recent solar photovoltaic power project transactions. - Mobilising project finance in frontier markets
The accompanying directory includes:
- Over 2,400 project finance professionals from approximately 150 countries - Truly global directory spanning Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Americas - Wide range of business types including banks/financiers, law firms, consultants, accountants, contractors - Overview of activities for each listed business - Full contact details comprising of contact name, telephone, email, website and postal address