20 Deals Have Been Announced as Winners for Trade Finance’s Deals of the Year Awards 2014 – to be Presented in Singapore in February

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., January 21, 2015 --(PR.com)-- 20 deals have been announced by Trade Finance as the winners of the Deals of the Year awards for 2014 for the Asia Pacific region.

Winners for the rest of the world will be announced in the next two weeks and published in the March edition of Trade Finance’s monthly magazine. The 20 winners were chosen from hundreds of entries through a combination of data analytics and an expert panel of judges.

Eric Prideaux, Editor of Trade Finance, said: “The winners had to be whittled down by assessing innovation, complexity, size, country risk, contribution to local economy and other factors. We congratulate the winners for demonstrating ingenuity and determination in the past year’s often difficult market environments.”

The nominations included banks, borrowers, traders and lawyers. The full list of winning deals is disclosed below and with more detailed information and stories on the deals being released in the next issue of Trade Finance.

To celebrate the winners, Trade Finance is hosting an awards dinner in Singapore on 4th February at their Global Export Conference: Asia event. For more details on the awards dinner, contact George Reeves (george.reeves@euromoneyplc.com), Advertising Manager.

The deal winners are:

Bosch Siemens (China), Burgos Wind Farm (Philippines), Fortescue metals prepayment, (Australia), HCL Technologies (Various Countries), Ho Chi Minh Highway Express (Vietnam), ICBC Financial Leasing (China), Levi Strauss Supplier Finance Programme (China), Marco Polo trade securitisation (Emerging Markets), National Power Transmission Corp (Vietnam), Pertamina corporate financing (Indonesia), Reliance JBIC/NEXI (India), Reliance Jio Infocomm (India), Reliance SERV/OeKB/Ducroire (India), Roy Hill (Australia), Sarulla (Indonesia), Shahjibazar Power Project (Bangladesh), Tangshan Iron & Steel Prepayment (Tangsteel) (China), TVEB gas chemical plant (Turkmenistan), Vinh Tan 4 Power Project (Vietnam) and Vitol Asia (Australia).

About Trade Finance:

Trade Finance is a financial publication and subsidiary of Euromoney plc. The company has been covering the global trade finance industry since 1983 and features the latest deals, stories, data and market and people moves within the trade finance industry.

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Sam Fairburn