Project Finance Awards: Central & Eastern Europe

Project Finance Awards: Central & Eastern Europe

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 Central & Eastern Europe winners. Visit us later in 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: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Best project finance deal / Best PPP deal: Zagreb Airport expansion, Croatia
Best oil and gas deal: Petroceltic International's invetsment programme financing
Best power deal: RusHydro's CHP plant, Russia
Best sustainability deal: Geycek wind farm, Turkey
Best energy infrastructure deal: CPC pipeline expansion project, Kazakhstan
Best transport infrastructure deal: Gebze-İzmir motorway, Turkey
Best telecoms deal: Magyar Telekom’s infrastructure upgrade, Hungary
Best natural resources deal: Modernisation of Kardemir's integrated steelworks, Turkey
Best water deal: Modernisation of Yakutsk's water supply, Russia