European infrastructure deals hot up

Europe’s project finance market has recently picked up and more deals emerged this week. Vinci secured Eu454m of debt yesterday (Tuesday) for the A5 autobahn project in Germany, while banks recently provided a Eu136m loan backing the expansion of Rotterdam’s liquefied natural gas terminal. Meanwhile, bankers are hopeful that a roughly £950m facility for the widening of the UK’s M25 motorway will soon be signed. Read more on the A5 and LNG deals later today at www.euroweek.com/loans

  • 01 Apr 2009

Paul Wallace, +44 (0)20 7440 6034

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