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3 April 2013 - Kier views May Gurney books

Contractor Kier has been given access to rival firm May Gurney’s books as it considers making an offer for the company. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Haiti moots port PPPs

The government of Haiti is eyeing a number of PPP projects to develop its port infrastructure. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Treasury ‘plans new toll road’

Chancellor planning new roads investment at Spending Review Read more...

2 April 2013 - Trento hospital appoints bidder

A preferred bidder has been appointed on Italy’s Trento Hospital concession. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Obama further outlines US P3 plan

President Obama has re-enforced his commitment to P3s after outlining details of his plan to increase infrastructure development in the US. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Florida considering raceway PPP

The state of Florida is considering the possibility of a new racing stadium PPP for Orlando. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Three in for Canadian health programme

Three firms have been shortlisted for a women and children’s hospital facility in British Columbia. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Egypt selects five for waste project

Egypt’s PPP unit has shortlisted five bidders on the Abu Rawash wastewater treatment plant PPP. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Two offers on Greek telematics PPP

Athens received two binding offers today for the telematics for an urban transport PPP. Read more...

2 April 2013 - India touts new car park PPP

A new multi-level car park PPP has been announced in Tamil Nadu in southern India. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Financial close for Indian highways

India’s Gammon Infrastructure has achieved financial close on five highways throughout the country. Read more...

2 April 2013 - Ottawa urging more P3 information

New proposals have been earmarked in the city of Ottawa to increase public and private sector accountability on P3 deals. Read more...

28 March 2013 - Priority Schools delays hit North East

Schools in Northumberland to be opened a year later than planned as financing troubles continue Read more...

28 March 2013 - INPP doubles profits

Infrastructure investment group International Public Partnerships (INPP) doubled its pre-tax profits in 2012 and increased net asset value (NAV) per share by 3.5%. Read more...

28 March 2013 - Virginia touts highway deal

The state of Virginia is eyeing a new P3 to develop its Interstate 66 highway. Read more...

28 March 2013 - University P3 plan launched

A new P3 programme has been created to offer universities private finance for on-campus housing. Read more...

28 March 2013 - Russia to outline prison PPPs

The Russian government is hoping to attract private investment into its penal system by offering developers land for housing in exchange for building new prisons. Read more...

28 March 2013 - UK investors eye Tanzanian energy PPPs

Tanzanian British High Commissioner Dianna Melrose has urged UK investors to become more involved with the country’s PPP energy sector. Read more...

28 March 2013 - New directors for Macquarie infra fund

Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund has announced the appointment of two new directors. Read more...

28 March 2013 - Italian highway reaches close

A €2.3bn highway in northern Italy has reached financial close. Read more...

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League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 European Investment Bank 4052 mill
2 Credit Agricole 3990 mill
3 Mizuho Bank 3540 mill
4 Lloyds Banking Group 3150 mill
5 HSBC 3017 mill