110 articles about "HSBC"
The Saudi utility has become a popular investment target for local banks, thanks to a strong balance sheet and reliable owners. A fresh visit to the capital markets will go towards a significant capital spending plan in 2013.
An Emirati fund has become the latest investor to seek the safe haven of Omani private power and water. What kind of return can it expect?
The economic viability of the finance package for Thames Water’s Tideway project hinges on the extent of government support. What are the risks?
Algeria’s former water resources minister Abdelmallek Sellal was named as the country’s prime minister on 3rd September.
Refinancing the acquisition debt taken out to fund the purchase of Veolia’s regulated UK water business could prove challenging in the face of a sinking regulatory asset base.
Shares in Finnish water chemicals supplier Kemira rose sharply at the end of July after new CEO Wolfgang Büchele stamped his authority on the company by announcing a global restructuring programme which will target annual cost savings of around €60 million and is likely to result in 600 job losses – more than 10% of the group’s workforce.
A new survey by Black & Veatch has found that over 31% of US water and wastewater utilities are considering the use of public-private partnerships.
Saudi Arabia’s new economic cities are back on the agenda, with planners trying a change of tack to get things moving at the long-awaited Jazan and King Abdullah Economic Cities.
The contract to advise on Abu Dhabi’s latest IWPP is another feather in the cap for the bank’s project finance team in the Middle East. Technical challenges mean procurement may not be a straightforward matter.
Dutch engineering consultants DHV and Royal Haskoning have announced their intention to merge, in order to create a €700 million-a-year powerhouse.