DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r4php4/project_finance) has announced the addition of the "Project Finance Yearbook 2014/15" book to their offering.
Governments all around the world continue to use project finance as a means of improving public services and meeting the investment challenges that they face. The introduction of PPPs as a standard tool for the provision of public services and public infrastructure is becoming increasingly commonplace across the globe, where such policies are directly linked to long-term economic growth and stability.
The Project Finance Yearbook has been illustrating trends within the market through authoritative editorial and comment for the past 22 years. Specialist chapters covering innovative aspects of project finance across all industry sectors, in the form of project case studies, market reports, and articles of analysis are all written by leading players from the project finance industry.
In addition to examining developments over the last 12 months, the Project Finance Yearbook casts an eye over future project finance plans and developments.
The accompanying directory lists specialists in project finance with full postal, email and website addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and a description of activities in the market.
Key Topics Covered:
- Foreword by Geoff Haley, Global Executive Chairman, International Project Finance Association (IPFA)
- Unlocking private investment for global infrastructure
- The power source
- Recent advances in US transportation P3s
- PPP/PFI is promoted by Abenomics: Current trends and future outlook in Japanese market
- Brazil: Key developments and opportunities in infrastructure
- Trends and outlook for Nigerian project financings
- The newly introduced concession-type PFI in Japan
- In search of a sustainable PPP programme in India
- Money is power? Limits on financing options in the Nigerian electricity supply industry
- Procurement mind-set: A handicap to PPPs in Turkey?
- Entrenching public private partnerships in Nigeria
Sources / Contributors
- Bezen & Partners
- Debevoise & Plimpton
- Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd.
- FBN Capital Limited
- Ikeyi & Arifayan
- International Project Finance Association (IPFA)
- J.O. Fabunmi & Co.
- KPMG Japan
- Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu
- Standard & Poor's Ratings Services
- TozziniFreire Advogados
- Wilmington Trust
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r4php4/project_finance