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Deleveraging to control
New innovative structures are being utilised to delever distressed Australian companies in order to control transactions.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
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Crowd control: regulating crowd sourced equity funding in Australia, part I
CAMAC is shortly expected to report on possible reforms to facilitate crowd sourced equity funding (CSEF) in Australia.
Australia
7 Apr 2014
3
Linking superannuation funds to Australian infrastructure projects
Infrastructure investment opportunities or PPPs should be structured so as to attract superannuation funds as investors.
Australia
11 Oct 2013
4
Debt steps to an infrastructure renaissance
An infrastructure bank could be the solution.
Australia
28 May 2013
5
Sharing is caring: Third party access to infrastructure clarified by High Court
Access to essential infrastructure can only be granted if it is not profitable to develop an alternative facility.
Australia
30 Sep 2012
6
Picking up the dividend pieces
Companies may have to again change procedures for determining and paying dividends if the government changes the rules.
Australia
11 Dec 2011
7
Project Finance Update: current activity and appetite for risk
Angus Foley and Bruce Cooper talk to Boardroom Radio about project finance activity in Australia and in Asia.
Australia
15 Jun 2011
8
Projects Insights
Welcome to the final edition of Projects Insights for 2009, in which we'll look at the trends past, present and future in infrastructure
Australia
9 Dec 2009
9
STOP PRESS: National benchmarking report on alliance
The Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance has (as the lead sponsor of an inter-jurisdictional steering committee) released a report: In Pursuit of Additional Value: A benchmarking study into alliancing in the public sector. The report details the results of a study on the performance of alliancing in Australia. The research is based on a five-year study of 14 projects covering a range of major infrastructure sectors.
Australia
8 Dec 2009
10
Sydney's Metro - an Australian first
Sydney Metro is procuring the permanent route infrastructure through a publicly funded design and construct contract, while the integrated metro operations are being procured as a Privately Financed Project.
Australia
8 Dec 2009
11
The PPP market - the last 12 months in review
Amidst a tumultuous and challenging time for financing infrastructure projects, we are seeing new and innovative models of delivery, which may assist market recovery with appropriate government support.
Australia
8 Dec 2009
12
The What And Why Of Road Availability Charges
Although common in social infrastructure projects, the availability charge model is yet to be used here for roads. The model has some important advantages over patronage risk, especially when the credit markets are tight.
Australia
6 Jul 2009
13
The Future Of Infrastructure Financing And Bidding Processes
Fundamentally, the appetite for infrastructure projects with secure, stable cash flows remains strong but it is increasingly difficult for competing bidders to raise finance.
Australia
16 Jun 2009
14
Debt Funding Competitions: A Valuable Tool For PPP Projects?
A Debt Funding Competition may prove to be a very valuable tool and part of the solution to the logjam that is starting to clog the PPP pipeline, but it presents its own challenges.
Australia
26 Mar 2009
15
The Future Of Infrastructure Financing And Bidding Processes
Fundamentally, the appetite for infrastructure projects with secure, stable cash flows, remains strong but it is increasingly difficult for competing bidders to raise finance.
Australia
24 Mar 2009
16
Public Private Partnerships - The Supported Debt Model
The Supported Debt Model aims to achieve all the benefits of a traditional PPP, but with lower service payments
Australia
29 Sep 2008
17
Future Tanker Deal Takes Off
The UK’s experience could prove useful to the Australian Government which is looking at potential areas where Public Private Partnerships could be applied.
Australia
29 Sep 2008
18
South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan And Program 2008-2026
An estimated $107 billion of Government investment in infrastructure projects until 2026 presents significant opportunities for the private sector to assist with the delivery of these projects.
Australia
29 Sep 2008
19
The Latest Thinking On Procurement From The UK Treasury
The UK Treasury is seeking to engage with the private sector to develop innovative procurement methodologies.
UK
26 Sep 2008
20
PPPs - Can The Higher Cost Of Private Finance Be Justified?
When undertaking major equipment acquisition or infrastructure projects, agencies should consider a range of both publicly and privately financed project delivery models.
Australia
16 Sep 2008
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