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LatinFinance Launches Infrastructure Finance Awards: Taking Pitches 0

Jun 3, 2013

In recognition of the growing need for infrastructure roll-out across Latin America and the increasingly sophisticated market for financing these projects, LatinFinance is delighted to introduce its inaugural Infrastructure Finance Awards.

These awards – the winners of which will be announced in the September/October edition of LatinFinance magazine – will recognize excellence in this rapidly advancing, crucially important area of the region’s development.

Interested parties are invited to submit pitches for the transactions and institutions most deserving of these accolades in 2013. Market participants will also be invited to vote on the shortlists for the awards – please check back for further details in due course.

For full details on the selection process and methodology click here.

Interested in pitching?

Please describe the factors that set your institution and/or deal(s) apart from the competition. You will be judged against your peers, so data presented versus your national and regional competitors would be most useful. References from clients would also support your pitch, so please include the names and contact details for three to five referees where appropriate. We also welcome nominations for superlative deals executed by your competitors. You will find a list of provisional awards on the following page.

The LatinFinance judging team will be available for meetings to discuss nominations and pitches between June 24 and July 12.

Please e-mail all materials and meeting requests to editorial@latinfinance.com with "Infrastructure Finance Awards" in the subject line. The deadline for receipt of submissions is 5pm ET, Friday 21 June.

Provisional categories

Best Power Financing

Best Renewable Energy Financing

Best Oil/Gas Financing

Best Transport Financing

Best Mining Financing

Best Social Infrastructure Financing

Best Local Currency Infrastructure Financing

Best Public-Private Partnership

Best Infrastructure Financing: Mexico

Best Infrastructure Financing: Brazil

Best Infrastructure Financing: Andes

Best Infrastructure Bank LatAm

Best Infrastructure Law Firm LatAm



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