Tome La Siguiente Salida (Take the Next Exit)

In this case study, we examine a disastrous series of private infrastructure equity and debt investments: ten Spanish toll roads procured between 1998 and 2004. Despite these projects being procure ...

Author(s):

Silvia Garcia Moraleja

Senior Analyst at EDHEC Infrastructure Institute

Frédéric Blanc-Brude

Director of the EDHEC Infrastructure Institute.

Tim Whittaker

Associate Research Director at the EDHEC Infrastructure Institute and Head of Data Collection.

In this case study, we examine a disastrous series of private infrastructure equity and debt investments: ten Spanish toll roads procured between 1998 and 2004. Despite these projects being procured with the discipline of non-recourse project financing and the presence of a blanket government guarantee, within a few years of their becoming operational, nine out of ten roads were bankrupt, their equity investors wiped out and their lenders booking losses of 90 cents on the dollar.

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Tome La Siguiente Salida (Take the Next Exit)...
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Type: EDHEC Publication
Date: le 11/04/2018
Extra information :

EDHECInfra

Research Cluster : Infrastructure

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