Project finance has, until now, been the structure of choice for a plethora of industries in both the public and private sectors. But this method of finance and delivery has not been without controversy.
This Project Finance Special Report looks at both the problems and the opportunities that the sector faces.
Emerging markets are still the source of big-ticket mandates for project finance – especially with the massive petrochemical or water and power projects in the Middle East. This report analyses the restrictions lenders are facing in jurisdictions that have been slow on the uptake.
In the UK, the public sector is facing the challenge of competitive dialogue and this report examines how the costs of bidding might be reduced. It also looks at the stalled area of waste landfill projects and their alternatives.