AWARDS: BEST INFRASTRUCTURE BANK: LATIN AMERICA

AWARDS: BEST INFRASTRUCTURE BANK: LATIN AMERICA

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

SMBC Conexión Norte is the first 4G toll road in Colombia to have foreign banks provide a long-term loan in dollars. Cabo Leones I in Chile is the first wind farm investment in Latin America by France’s state-owned utility company EDF. Nueva Era is the first cross-border natural gas pipeline concession between Mexico and the United States. Japan’s SMBC played a lead role in financing those firsts. It also led the financing for a slew of other infrastructure projects, ranging from the 600-kilometer Transmisora Eléctrica del Norte (TEN) transmission line in northern Chile to the seven-kilometer Watty Vos Boulevard, just the second public-private partnership in Aruba. In a busy year for the Jap

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