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  • December 2008

    ACS comes in top on Mid-Currituck 20 December 2008

    ACS has scored highest of the bidders for the pre-development agreement on the Mid-Currituck bridge

  • A1: An unlikely syndication 19 December 2008

    Syndication of the 29-year Eu595 million ($796 million) debt and equity facilities backing the Eu650 million 30-year A1 Hamburg-Bremen toll road concession closed at the end of November. Five banks, including Deka Bank and Commerzbank, joined the mandated lead arrangers (MLAs) Unicredit/HVB, Caja Ma...

  • Concessions to change 19 December 2008

    If the Turkish government is serious about private infrastructure investment post credit crunch, Turkish concession agreements need to become bankable. By Ayesha Waheed, counsel at Latham & Watkins, and Erdogan Fidan, partner at Eryürekli & Fidan.

  • Going south 19 December 2008

    Florida's first three PPP concessions have all suffered from the crunch, and its DOT wants to drop one of them. Will the Sunshine State keep its faith in PPP? Catherine McGuirk reports from Miami.

  • Is the M25 a PPP rescue template? 19 December 2008

    The £1.4 billion ($2.08 billion) Balfour Beatty-led M25 London ringroad financing is officially meant to close in 2008, but the deal will not be out to market until 2009. Four coordinating banks – HSBC, Lloyds, Dexia and Barclays – have been appointed and are guiding a further 15 lenders into the pr...

  • New template for Baixo Tejo highway 19 December 2008

    Financing for Portugal's next PPP highway under its new road programme, Baixo Tejo, will close at the beginning of January.

  • Portugal roads: No liquidity crunch 19 December 2008

    The Portuguese roads sector continues to spawn deal closings, despite the liquidity crunch and bank angst over the future ownership of state-owned concessionaire Estradas de Portugal (EP).

  • Transport 19 December 2008

    Morgan Stanley to go all-equity for Chicago meters

  • ADB approves PNG roads loan 18 December 2008

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $400 million multi-tranche roads financing for the Highlands region in Papua New Guinea

  • R1 preferred bidder appointed 18 December 2008

    Despite putting in a slightly higher bid than Strabag and Porr, Vinci Concessions and ABN Amro Highway private equity fund have been named

  • Poland's A1 phase 2 closes 16 December 2008

    The Skanska-led CTC consortium has closed the Eu1.07 billion debt financing for phase 2 of the A1 road concession

  • Poceirao to Caia high speed rail bids scored 16 December 2008

    The Brisa/Soares da Costa group has scored highest with its preliminary bid for the Poceirao to Caia section of the five-section Madrid to Lisbon high speed rail link

  • Port Mann syndication launched 15 December 2008

    Lead arrangers BNP Paribas, Caja Madrid, RBS and Société Générale held a bank meeting on Tuesday 9 December

  • Port of Miami Tunnel canned 15 December 2008

    Florida Department of Transportation (FDoT) has withdrawn its support for the 35-year Port of Miami Tunnel concession

  • Transmontana toll road financial close 15 December 2008

    The Portuguese roads sector continues to spawn deal closures despite the liquidity crunch

  • South Fraser shortlist due in January 12 December 2008

    The Bristish Columbia Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure is expected to announce its list of prequalified bidders for the South Fraser Perimeter Road concession

  • Denver to launch Beltway concession 12 December 2008

    The Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority (JPPHA) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) are due to launch the procurement process for a concession

  • Port of Miami to switch sponsor and debt market 12 December 2008

    Babcock & Brown is planning to transfer its interest in Port of Miami concession to Meridiam Infrastructure

  • Sydney Airport refinances 12 December 2008

    Sydney Airport has raised a A$776 million ($505 million) multi-tranche facility via a consortium of six mandated leads

  • Panama Canal expansion financed 10 December 2008

    The financing backing the $5.25 billion expansion of the Panama Canal signed Tuesday, 9 December.

  • Panama Canal financing to sign shortly 05 December 2008

    The Autoridad del Canal de Panama's (ACP) debt financing for its expansion of the Panama Canal is due to reach financial close

  • Bar-Boljare tender options 04 December 2008

    The government of Montenegro, with financial advisory from the IFC, is giving bidding groups for the Eu2 billion ($2.56 billion) 30-year Bar-Boljare motorway concession the option of only

  • Winnipeg shortlists three for Disraeli bridge PPP 04 December 2008

    The City of Winnipeg's public works department has shortlisted three bidders for its Disraeli bridge

  • Leads launch new pricing formula on Port Mann 03 December 2008

    Lead arrangers BNP Paribas, Caja Madrid, RBS and Société Générale are due to hold a bank meeting on Tuesday 9 December

  • Bids in for North Tarrant 03 December 2008

    Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) received two bids for its North Tarrant Express concession

  • Morgan Stanley to go all-equity for Chicago meters 03 December 2008

    The City of Chicago and the Chicago Park District have awarded a 75-year concession of the city's on-street metered parking to a consortium led by Morgan Stanley

  • MIG sells M7 to itself and mystery partner 02 December 2008

    The internal fee generation machine that is Macquarie Infrastructure Group (MIG) has sold its 50% stake in the Westlink M7 Sydney toll road for A$805 million to Western Sydney Road Group (WSRG)

  • Lekki Port mandates StanChart 01 December 2008

    Lekki Port has appointed Standard Chartered as financial adviser for a deep sea port project at Ibeju Lekki, Lagos

Latest Deals Database updates

Kuala-Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail PPP Project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > High-speed rail
Country Asia > Malaysia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Financial advisor mandated
Perth Stadium PPP project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Leisure/Stadia > Stadia
Country Asia Pacific > Australia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Preferred bidder
IJmond Sea Lock PPP Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > Port
Country Europe - EU > Netherlands
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Tender launched
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