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Mena Project Finance Report 2016
Mena Project Finance Report 2016
 
Understand current and planned projects needing project finance across the Mena region:

  • Identify current and future project spend
  • Identify the owners and developers you need to build relationships with
  • Position yourself effectively for winning work
  • Understand challenges in banking and finance markets
  • Understand who is lending and borrowing and at what price
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In the new low oil price environment, the way infrastructure spending is funded is undergoing a major shift. As oil income falls, governments can no longer afford billions of dollars of upfront capital expenditure.

Securing finance will be a key concern for infrastructure investment over the next few years.

A move is under way towards public-private partnerships (PPPs) and project finance in infrastructure. This is intended to attract foreign direct investment, support the local private sector and spread government investment over a longer timeframe.

MEED’s latest report, Mena Project Finance 2016, tells you what projects are succeeding in getting finance, who is lending and at what prices.

The report summarises recent corporate loan market and project developments. It details the key project finance markets in the GCC and Egypt, and other selected markets where the pipeline is strong.

Understand current and planned projects needing project finance across the Mena region:

  • Identify current and future project spend
  • Identify the owners and developers you need to build relationships with
  • Position yourself effectively for winning work
  • Understand challenges in banking and finance markets
  • Understand who is lending and borrowing and at what price

Each country section includes analysis of current market conditions and a profile of projects that have reached financial close in recent months. This is followed by a forward-looking section that sets out the projects seeking to raise finance, the progress made and the obstacles they need to overcome.



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