How are corporate trust services professionals adapting to changing market conditions? Will Marder of Deutsche Bank explains.
In the face of increasing regulatory pressures and investor demands, fund managers must ensure that their reporting and communication technology is up to scratch. David Miller of eFront explores the key issues.
As project finance transactions become more complex, it falls to corporate trust service providers to keep things running smoothly. Andy Thomson explores how they are being forced to adapt to changing market conditions.
Thanks to strong pipelines in road PPPs and renewable energy deals, the Benelux infrastructure market is in reasonable shape. But worries persist over the availability and terms of bank finance. Lyndon Driver reports.
It’s easy to be sceptical about the role of banking in infrastructure these days. Too easy, according to ING’s Michael Dinham, who tells Andy Thomson that – contrary to popular belief – lenders have much to play for
Alain Rauscher and Mark Crosbie take Bruno Alves inside Antin Infrastructure’s high-performance machine, talk about the importance of having a sizeable team and explain why Fund II won’t be a radical departure from Antin’s first venture
SMB and Mitsubishi UFJ have further advanced on the strong showings they made in the mandated lead arranger tables in 2011, but no-one has usurped the dominance of BBVA.
Issues around ‘third country’ rules and the role of depositories continue to haunt fund managers as the EU Commission marches to its own beat on follow-up rulemaking.
The open warfare at French water company SAUR offers a cautionary tale on the paralysis that ensues in companies when shareholder interests are not aligned.
ACS is preparing to exit Abertis just as the developer seals a landmark deal with OHL.
Global Infrastructure Partners has attracted praise for operational improvements at Gatwick Airport. Now it needs to repeat the trick.
Harrisburg rejected a parking concession. Then it rejected a lease of its waste incinerator. Now in state-placed receivership, the city has lost its freedom of choice.
SNC-Lavalin is limping through the year with a damaged reputation and a sinking stock price. Alleged corruption and mismanagement are at the centre of its worsening crisis.
The answer isn’t as easy as you might think. A research document from Partners Group aids understanding by avoiding generalisations.
A contributor to a banking blog made the claim that project finance is actually far more interesting than investment banking.
There was a lot of talk about the premium paid by Global Infrastructure Partners for Edinburgh Airport. The Press Association must have wondered why.
He may be unconventional – and unlikely to win – but one NYC mayoral hopeful may attract a few votes from the infra constituency.