Tag: Financing gap

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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In an article for Energy Voice, S&P Global Ratings’ Trevor D’Olier-Lees observes bundling has found a sweet spot in the renewables sector

The global demand for renewable energy sources is growing, in turn creating investment needs in the region of US$1 trillion a year. When confronted by such a huge sum, ensuring the bulk of smaller projects on the renewables financing spectrum do not get left behind is of primary concern. Thankfully, a solution that increases asset …

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Specialist press cover Falcon Group’s expansion to Perth

Having successfully completed deals ranging from US$1 million to US$20 million in value from its base in Sydney, leading specialist financier, Falcon Group, has opened a second Australian office in Perth – with a particular focus on providing support to mining and the mining services sector across Western Australia. “The mining sector is a long …

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Falcon Group’s annual Dubai Forum featured in July’s edition of Trade Finance

Are specialist financiers moving into the mainstream? Falcon Group CEO Will Nagle explores the topic in the latest issue of Trade Finance – featuring discussions from the company’s seventh annual Trade & Corporate Finance Forum held in Dubai. Entitled ‘Specialist Lending for Challenging Times’ this year’s Forum explored the current economic climate as well as highlighting …

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Financing for intelligent infrastructure: Siemens Financial Services (SFS) content hub goes live!

The need for global infrastructure investment is clear: urbanization, population growth and climate change all drive a need for smarter, sustainable and reliable infrastructure. From advancing city mobility to improving energy efficiency – this all needs smart financing solutions. As things stand, around $2.7 trillion is invested to this end every year, but by 2030 …

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