Energy & Infrastructure financing
Crédit Agricole CIB is one of the leading players in the Project Finance sector, being constantly in the top 10 international banks globally and top 5 in EMEA region over the last 15 years.
With experts in the energy & infrastructure fields, Crédit Agricole CIB offers its clients significant expertise in the areas of project finance, debt and equity advisory.
Sector expertise and organisation benefiting clients
The business line boasts top-flight expertise in the energy sectors resources, from electricity generation and distribution to the environment and infrastructure. The scale of the projects reviewed is substantial.
Crédit Agricole CIB has recognised expertise in financial advisory and non-recourse credit arrangements for new projects or privatisations. The Bank or bond financing is arranged with commercial banks, export credit agencies or multilateral organisations.
Bespoke advice and original solutions
Experts in developing original solutions, the teams bring all their expertise to bear in advising their clients. The business line provides tailor-made services by working closely with each client and taking full account of their operational, financial and market constraints.
Crédit Agricole CIB's multi-product, multi-sector organisational approach reinforces its advisory expertise. Its teams use a range of many financial techniques for the same clients.
The business line operates from regional centres of expertise in Paris, London, Madrid, Milan, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sydney and Sao Paulo.
CACIB has extensive experience as a financial advisor and mandated lead arranger in the global infrastructure sector.
Our global leadership in infrastructure has been regularly recognised by prestigious awards won in recent years, in particular Infrastructure Investor's Global Bank of the Year award for 4 consecutive years.
Our activities cover the core and core-plus infrastructure sectors, including regulated utility assets, privately owned non-regulated assets and traditional Public-Private-Partnership ("PPP") models, in sectors as diverse as transport (roads, airports, ports, rail and light rail), social infrastructure (hospitals, universities...), circular economy (energy from waste), water (desalination, distribution, wastewater), energy transition (e-mobility, smart meters...), energy distribution (regulated networks, regulated storage...).
We support our clients in a wide range of contexts involving infrastructure assets or companies, working alongside our Global Investment Banking or DCM teams when necessary: public tenders, asset acquisitions or disposals, public-to-private, refinancings on the banking and/or capital markets.
We have teams dedicated to infrastructure in Paris, London and New York. Other EIG teams include professionals with extensive infrastructure experience.
Resources & Industry
The Resources & Industry Group plays a key role in the Bank's commitment to supporting its clients in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
With a focus on providing advisory, structuring and financing solutions, particularly in the energy and natural resources sectors, including the oil and gas value chain and metals and mining, Resources & Industry extends its support across various stages, from mining to metals transformation and downstream operations.
Resources & Industry has a strong focus on promoting low-carbon solutions such as carbon capture and storage, low-carbon fuels (including hydrogen and its derivatives), the EV battery value chain, green steel and the decarbonisation of hard-to-abate industries.
In addition, the Resources & Industry Group has a long and established track record in structured and project finance, with specific expertise in financing the full spectrum of energy and natural resources globally. This expertise is further enhanced by drawing on the knowledge and skills of project finance teams based in Europe, the Americas and APAC. The group is also supported by a dedicated team of engineers who carefully assess the technical aspects of transactions, particularly emerging energy transition technologies.