15 articles about "ING"
Suez Environnement priced a €500 million 12-year bond into €2.3 billion of demand on 15 June.
Even smaller project loans in the Gulf are struggling to find sponsorship. Only six banks have joined a new term facility for two Abu Dhabi WWTPs.
The monoline crisis has created trading anomalies amongst outstanding UK water bonds. It has provided a clear buying opportunity for investors.
Peru’s private pension funds are set to play a key role in financing the rehabilitation of the country’s ageing infrastructure. Leticia Lozano reports.
Doughty Hanson looks to have pipped trade buyers to the post in the Norit bidding war. It is not the first time the firm has taken exposure to the water sector.
* Gelsenwasser has extended a concession contract with the German city of Castrop-Rauxel, giving it the exclusive right to use public rights of way for water supply pipelines for another 20 years.
Second time around there is a good level of interest in the project.
Formerly reduced construction can now proceed at full steam.
Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.
The bank has been breaking the multilateral mould. The EBRD Municipal and Environmental Infrastructure team sees itself as being at the forefront of innovation in the multilateral lending community. In addition to its equity investment in United Utilities’ central European portfolio reported in last month’s GWI, it broke new ground in a number of other deals.