Tag: APAC

Writing for the World Bank blog, S&P Global Ratings’ Mar Beltran outlines New South Wales’ infrastructure turnaround

Following a countrywide slump for infrastructure projects during the financial crisis, the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) is displaying signs of promise. Thanks to its application of new financing models and regulatory rigour, NSW’s economic growth is outstripping the G20 average. In turn, NSW has become a blueprint for regional regeneration. In a …

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Writing for Brink Asia, S&P Global Ratings’ Mar Beltran describes Australia’s infrastructure turnaround

Prior to the financial crisis, Australia enjoyed a decade of promising infrastructure projects. Privatizations of the country’s four major airports, along with extensive highway construction, were infrastructure successes. But – tempered by construction difficulties, overambitious project forecasting, and highly aggressive financial structures – Australia suffered multiple high-profile defaults. Coupled with the financial crisis, the country’s …

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Deutsche Bank picks up two awards in Acquisition International’s 2016 Finance Awards programme

Deutsche Bank has been recognised with two accolades in Acquisition International’s (AI’s) 2016 Finance Awards programme: Best Commercial Banking Specialist 2016 for Asia Pacific for the Bank’s work supporting corporates in Asia Pacific, and with the Award for Excellence in Risk Management, Singapore. Winning not one, but two of AI’s prestigious and pioneering awards is …

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