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Awards for Excellence 2013: Best Infrastructure and project finance house

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Awards for Excellence 2013

Best Infrastructure and project finance house: Société Générale CIB

Also shortlisted: Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ and HSBC

Some $57 trillion of infrastructure investment is needed across the world between now and 2030 simply to keep pace with GDP growth, according to McKinsey Global Institute, the business and economics research unit of the consultancy.

That is nearly 60% more than the $36 trillion spent globally on infrastructure over the past 18 years when – except in the past five years – long-term debt financing from the global banking sector was cheap and plentiful.

In the post-crisis era, this type of financing is both expensive and fundamentally constrained, creating a financial challenge for world governments.

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