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31/05/2017

The Asset Triple A Asia Infrastructure Awards 2017

Societe Generale is pleased to receive The Asset Triple A Asia Infrastructure Awards 2017 in the following categories:

 

 

Institution awards

  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Bank of the Year: Societe Generale
  • Project Finance House of the Year in Indonesia

 

Country deal awards

Australia

  • Privatization deal of the year: Port of Melbourne A$9.70 billion privatization. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Managers
  • Renewable energy deal of the year – Wind: Hornsdale Wind Farm Stage 2 A$174 million debt financing. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Arrangers
  • Power deal of the year: New South Wales 50.4% disposal of Ausgrid. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Managers

China

  • Renewable energy deal of the year: Sanchuan Energy Group 280 million yuan senior structured financing. Societe Generale acted as one of the Arrangers

Indonesia

  • Renewable energy deal of the year: Hasang Hydroelectric IPP US$140.5 million project financing. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Arrangers
  • Mining deal of the year: Tujuh Bukit Gold Project US$130 million project finance facility. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Arrangers
  • Oil and gas deal of the year: Tangguh LNG US$3.745 billion financing. Societe Generale acted as financial adviser

 

Deals of the year

Deals of the year: renewable energy

  • Renewable energy deal of the year – Hydro: Sanchuan Energy Group 280 million yuan senior structured financing. Societe Generale acted as one of the Arrangers
  • Renewable energy deal of the year – Wind: Hornsdale Wind Farm Stage 2 A$174 million debt financing. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Arrangers

Deals of the year: by sector

  • Mining deal of the year: Tujuh Bukit Gold Project US$130 million project finance facility. Societe Generale acted as one of the Mandated Lead Arrangers
  • Oil and gas deal of the year: Tangguh LNG US$3.745 billion financing. Societe Generale acted as financial adviser