The wind farm is being developed with a tier 1 supply chain comprising Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL), Subsea 7, Nexans and Siemens.
The 30-year DBFOM public-private-partnership concession is for a 27km section of motorway (D4) between Jarovce and Raca and a 32 km expressway (R7) connecting Prievoz and Holice.
The deal refinances existing debt raised by the Canadian subsidiary and comes with a parent company guarantee
The loan is backed by an anticipated tanker shipment of 22000 tonnes of crude oil.
Boliden reduced the loan volume due to lower working capital needs and exchange rate movements.
Whip Steny Hoyer and Representatives Maxine Walters, Gwen Moore and Denny Heck wrote the letter to Richard Shelby, who has been stalling since January on allowing the committee to vote on Mark McWatters’s nomination.
The three-year loan will be used by Banco Aliado to boost its lending ability and subsequently grow Panamanian trade.
The loan, which has a tenor of 12 years, is being financed by ING and BNP Paribas and guaranteed by the US ECA.
White has been with BTMU since 2008 and has particular expertise in offshore wind project financing.
Predictably, given the slump in commodities pricing and Glencore’s overall indebtedness, pricing is double that of the borrower’s May 2015 revolver co-ordinated by BBVA, HSBC, Lloyds and Rabobank.
India Ports Global Private Limited has pledged to invest $500 million in the project which involves development and operation of two terminals and five berths with cargo handling for both multipurpose and general capacities for the next 10 years.
The scheme involves two construction phases, both to be carried out by Waskita.
Some of the new aircraft orders will be financed via a planned IPO later this year from which VietJet is expected to raise at least $800 million.
Dewan previously managed UniCredit’s London-based lending team within infrastructure and power project finance
Certainty of payment is expected to enable gencos to raise working capital and capex facilities from banks to fund the upgrade of their operations and increase generation capacity.
The Chile-headquartered airline signed a three-year, $275 million loan two months ago, adding an extra $50 million and also increasing the tenor to three years and nine months.
The loan is made up of a C$300 million ($228.99 million) revolver and a $350 million tranche, both of which have four-year tenors.
The deal is being roadshowed in Taipei and in Singapore.
Deven Parekh and Todd Fisher join the board from the private sector.
There has been no decision to date as to whether to up the borrowing beyond $3 billion.