Project Finance Awards: EMEA

Project Finance Awards: EMEA

Published: April 14, 2014

EMEA Finance is happy to reveal its winning projects, financiers and advisers in our annual Project Finance Awards. Nominated by parties including banks and borrowers, and chosen by the EMEA Finance team, our winning houses, projects and finance packages exemplify the innovative efforts taking place in the region's capital markets.

Today we name our EMEA winners. Visit us throughout the week to discover the winners in other categories:

Monday April 14: EMEA winners
Tuesday April 15: Central & Eastern Europe winners
Wednesday April 16: Middle East winners
Thursday April 17: Africa winners

Full editorial coverage of the awards will appear in the forthcoming edition of EMEA Finance. We congratulate all of our winners on their achievements and the new ground broken by so much of their work. Join us at the The Law Society's Common Room, London on June 5 for the awards ceremony - the booking form can be found here.

Best project finance house: Garanti Bank
Best project finance adviser: HSBC
Best project finance law firm: Allen & Overy

Best project finance deal / Best chemicals deal: Sadara petrochemical plant, Saudi Arabia
Best oil and gas deal: Total Gabon's revolving credit facility for the Anguille field
Best power deal: Zetes 3 coal-fired power plant, Turkey
Best sustainability deal: Pawlowo wind farm, Poland
Best energy infrastructure deal: Accugas gas pipeline project, Nigeria
Best transport infrastructure deal: RI Expressway project bond refinancing, Slovakia
Best telecoms deal: MTN Nigeria's network expansion
Best PPP deal: 3rd Bosphorus Bridge and Odayeri-Pasakoy section of Turkey's Northern motorway
Best natural resources deal: Emirates Aluminium Company's Phase II funding
Best chemicals deal: Dangote Industries' fertiliser and oil refinery projects, Nigeria
Best water deal: RAF A2 desalination plant, Qatar
Best social development deal: Paardevlei Private Hospital, South Africa