Projects

Loan Amount Sov. /Non-sov Borrower Guarantor End-user/ On-lendee Lending Modality Target Sector Development Impact
Luoyang Metro Project
(China)
USD 300 m Sovereign The People’s Republic of China - People’s Government of Luoyang Sovereign project loan Sustainable infrastructure, urban transport -Increased transport capacity
-Lower carbon environment
-Reduced congestion
-Faster commute with improved mobility
-Enhanced comfort, safety and reliability of traffic in the city-Improved connectivity contributing to a balanced city spatial development
-More robust socio-economic development of Luoyang
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction and Energy Sector Development Project
(South Africa)
USD 300 m Non-sovereign (NFI) The Development Bank of Southern Africa (“DBSA”) - The Development Bank of Southern Africa (“DBSA”) Loan without sovereign guarantee to the national financial intermediary Clean energy and sustainable development -Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
-Increase in generation capacity from renewable energy sources
-Increase in the efficiency of the overall energy sector in South Africa
-Unlock private sector investment
Environmental Protection Project
(Brazil)
USD 200 m Non-sovereign Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras”) - Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras”) Non-sovereign project loan Sustainable infrastructure -Environmental and social benefits from reduced water contamination
-Increased water reuse efficiency
-Reduction in emissions
Madhya Pradesh Bridges Project
(India)
USD 175 m Sovereign The Republic of India - The State Government of Madhya Pradesh Multi-tranche financing facility Transport Infrastructure -Provide all weather connectivity, improved safety, and reduced travel time
-Result in less travel time, reduced vehicles operating cost, and reduced emissions.
-Promote inclusive development of the rural communities of the State of Madhya Pradesh
-Stimulate regional economic development through improved connectivity, enhanced accessibility and increased job opportunities
-Contribute ultimately to the well-being of the connected population.
Madhya Pradesh Major District Roads II Project
(India)
USD 350 m Sovereign The Republic of India - The State Government of Madhya Pradesh Sovereign project finance facility Transport Infrastructure -Improve road conditions and enhance transport capacity
-Result in less travel time, reduced vehicles operating cost, reduced emissions, and improved road safety.
-Promote inclusive development of the rural communities of the State of Madhya Pradesh
-Stimulate regional economic development through improved connectivity, enhanced accessibility and increased job opportunities
-Contribute ultimately to the well-being of the connected population.
Sustainable infrastructure in relation to “ZapSibNefteKhim” Project USD 300 m Non-sovereign SIBUR - SIBUR Non-sovereign project loan Sustainable infrastructure -Contributing to the effective utilization of Russia’s midstream feedstock by implementing international best practices
-Creating new jobs
-Improving the environmental footprints through financing of environmental protection measures such as wastewater treatment facilities.
Luoyang Metro Project(China)
Loan Amount
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USD 300 m
Sov. /Non-sov
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Sovereign
Borrower
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The People’s Republic of China
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
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People’s Government of Luoyang
Lending Modality
-
Sovereign project loan
Target Sector
-
Sustainable infrastructure, urban transport
Development Impact
-
-Increased transport capacity
-Lower carbon environment
-Reduced congestion
-Faster commute with improved mobility
-Enhanced comfort, safety and reliability of traffic in the city-Improved connectivity contributing to a balanced city spatial development
-More robust socio-economic development of Luoyang
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction and Energy Sector Development Project (South Africa)
Loan Amount
-
USD 300 m
Sov. /Non-sov
-
Non-sovereign (NFI)
Borrower
-
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (“DBSA”)
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
-
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (“DBSA”)
Lending Modality
-
Loan without sovereign guarantee to the national financial intermediary
Target Sector
-
Clean energy and sustainable development
Development Impact
-
-Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
-Increase in generation capacity from renewable energy sources
-Increase in the efficiency of the overall energy sector in South Africa
-Unlock private sector investment
Environmental Protection Project (Brazil)
Loan Amount
-
USD 200 m
Sov. /Non-sov
-
Non-sovereign
Borrower
-
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras”)
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
-
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras”)
Lending Modality
-
Non-sovereign project loan
Target Sector
-
Sustainable infrastructure
Development Impact
-
-Environmental and social benefits from reduced water contamination
-Increased water reuse efficiency
-Reduction in emissions
Madhya Pradesh Bridges Project (India)
Loan Amount
-
USD 175 m
Sov. /Non-sov
-
Sovereign
Borrower
-
The Republic of India
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
-
The State Government of Madhya Pradesh
Lending Modality
-
Multi-tranche financing facility
Target Sector
-
Transport Infrastructure
Development Impact
-
-Provide all weather connectivity, improved safety, and reduced travel time
-Result in less travel time, reduced vehicles operating cost, and reduced emissions.
-Promote inclusive development of the rural communities of the State of Madhya Pradesh
-Stimulate regional economic development through improved connectivity, enhanced accessibility and increased job opportunities
-Contribute ultimately to the well-being of the connected population.
Madhya Pradesh Major District Roads II Project (India)
Loan Amount
-
USD 350 m
Sov. /Non-sov
-
Sovereign
Borrower
-
The Republic of India
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
-
The State Government of Madhya Pradesh
Lending Modality
-
Sovereign project finance facility
Target Sector
-
Transport Infrastructure
Development Impact
-
-Improve road conditions and enhance transport capacity
-Result in less travel time, reduced vehicles operating cost, reduced emissions, and improved road safety.
-Promote inclusive development of the rural communities of the State of Madhya Pradesh
-Stimulate regional economic development through improved connectivity, enhanced accessibility and increased job opportunities
-Contribute ultimately to the well-being of the connected population.
Sustainable infrastructure in relation to “ZapSibNefteKhim” Project
Loan Amount
-
USD 300 m
Sov. /Non-sov
-
Non-sovereign
Borrower
-
SIBUR
Guarantor
-
-
End-user/ On-lendee
-
SIBUR
Lending Modality
-
Non-sovereign project loan
Target Sector
-
Sustainable infrastructure
Development Impact
-
-Contributing to the effective utilization of Russia’s midstream feedstock by implementing international best practices
-Creating new jobs
-Improving the environmental footprints through financing of environmental protection measures such as wastewater treatment facilities.