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27 November 2014 - EU agrees long-term investment deal

The European Union has agreed a structure designed to increase investment from long-term funds into infrastructure projects across the continent. Read more...

27 November 2014 - DIF appoints new partners

Investor DIF has appointed two partners at separate headquarters across Europe. Read more...

26 November 2014 - EU investment fund launches

The European Union has officially launched a new plan to boost infrastructure projects and kickstart growth across the region. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Turkey seeks health PPP consultants

Tenders have been issued for consultants to establish the methodology for Turkey’s hospital PPP programme. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Ireland reveals social housing plans

The Irish government has launched its new social housing programme which will be partly funded through PPP. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Russia plots highway PPP

Russian highways agency Avtodor is in discussions with a local authority to deliver a new road scheme via a PPP model. Read more...

26 November 2014 - Russian M11 signs

Russian highways agency Avtodor has signed the contract with the preferred bidder for the 138km section of the M11 between Moscow and St Petersburg. Read more...

24 November 2014 - German town seeks bids for civic PPP

A town in Bavaria is seeking expressions of interest to design, build, finance, maintain and operate the town hall. Read more...

21 November 2014 - FCC approves €1bn capital increase

FCC shareholders have approved new plans for a capital increase of €1bn to reduce debts and improve the performance of the construction giant. Read more...

20 November 2014 - Offshore wind growth faces funding challenges

The offshore wind sector is presenting lenders with new challenges as recent growth in the industry is increasing demand for credit, a report from ratings agency Moody’s has warned. Read more...

20 November 2014 - EBRD launches PPP unit

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has created a €40m Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (IPPF) to facilitate a pipeline of bankable projects. Read more...

20 November 2014 - Irish ramp up PPP programme

Government to reveal more details within weeks; sees growing demand from international investors Read more...

19 November 2014 - Project Bond success ‘mixed’

The EU’s 2020 Project Bond pilot phase has received a mixed reception from investors, according to a report from ratings agency Moody’s. Read more...

19 November 2014 - Bids due for Dublin airport PPP

Responses are due for interested bidders on the fuel farm facility PPP situated at Dublin Airport in Ireland. Read more...

18 November 2014 - Malta announces new PPPs

The Maltese government has identified seven new PPP deals as part of its 2015 Budget. Read more...

17 November 2014 - PPP agreed for Danish court

A PPP has been agreed to develop a new court building in Denmark, financed by three pension funds. Read more...

17 November 2014 - EIB and Dutch bank sign infra agreement

European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Dutch bank to invest in infrastructure projects in the Netherlands. Read more...

14 November 2014 - Macquarie eyeing Spanish and Irish options

Ireland and Spain are being considered as ripe for investment in the New Year by infrastructure investor Macquarie. Read more...

14 November 2014 - Dutch motorway reaches financial close

The IXAS Zuid-Oost team has closed a debt package with six banks and the European Investment Bank to finance the A9 Gaasperdammerweg motorway project in the Netherlands. Read more...

14 November 2014 - Financing signed for Polish hospital PPP

Interhealth Canada has signed a debt package for the Zywiec Hospital PPP Read more...

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Banking bonanza

Multilateral infrastructure banks appear to be the new big thing

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Give it a Year

There are a lot of personal and professional milestones for WSP director Gary McCarthy over the next few months. He talks to Amanda Nicholls

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