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The EBRD is proposing to double the size of its water rehabilitation lending programme in the Kyrgyz Republic to €40 million, after the first tranche was fully subscribed.
The regulator has defended its credentials in the face of fresh criticism from the UK National Audit Office.
The conditions accompanying the granting of Greece’s latest bailout package have put the part-privatisation of the Athens and Thessaloniki water utilities back on the table.
A new fund backed by a veteran team of water professionals is looking to tap into a niche segment of the market by investing in industrial water assets. Where will the deal flow come from?
The project company responsible for delivering the Thames Tideway tunnel has only raised half the capital it needs. What are its options going forward?
Dutch engineer Royal Imtech’s shares fell through the floor in the lead-up to the company’s bankruptcy, which was declared on 13 August.
The appointment of a preferred equity provider for London’s super-sewer foreshadows an expected financial close next month. The structure of the funding package allows for capital markets activity further down the line.
A largely futile appeal to the competition authorities against Ofwat’s price determination for the current asset management period could prove costly for the water-only company. Just how vulnerable is it?
The £265 million acquisition of Mouchel by Kier Group was completed on 8th June, just days after Kier launched a heavily discounted rights issue.
The Israeli wastewater treatment technology firm is looking to raise capital via a listing on London’s alternative investment market. It joins a long list of water tech flotations, but will the burden of going public prove too high?