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|Rank||Company||Total US$ m||Transactions||Market Share (%)|
|1||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||5,139.00||63||6.29|
|2||Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group||4,562.00||50||5.58|
|3||Commonwealth Bank of Australia||3,247.00||23||3.97|
|4||Australia and New Zealand Banking Group||2,967.00||19||3.63|
|5||Credit Agricole Group||2,811.00||39||3.44|
|7||National Australia Bank||2,712.00||19||3.32|
|8||Mizuho Financial Group||2,310.00||25||2.83|
|TOTALS:||US$ 30,993.00 m||340||38 %|
IJGlobal’s First Half 2014 Review is the first that we have produced since the merger of Infrastructure Journal and Project Finance Magazine, and draws on our improved and expanded database.
Global economic conditions have improved, and global infrastructure investment rose, in 2013. But at the same time PPP investment declined, particularly for new-build projects with high construction costs. As a result, the global PPP market is now in its third year of decline, and the number of project financings to close in the market continues to fall.
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IJGlobal’s inaugural infrastructure market outlook report, with views and insights from the industry leaders across the globe