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The implementation of the Basel Accords in Australia as well as the recommendations from the government’s 2014 Financial Inquiry have stimulated significant change in the regulatory landscape of the financial sector. We discuss the impact that such changes have had and will continue to have on investment strategy.
DCT Gdansk is Poland’s largest and fastest growing container facility, and the only deep-water terminal in the Baltic Sea Region having direct ocean vessel calls from the Far East. With a total capacity of 3.0 million TEUs, the port is the natural gateway to CEE, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine for some of the world’s major shipping lines.
Green Investment Bank
The GIB was established by the UK Government in 2012 and acquired by Macquarie entities and USS in August 2017. The GIB had committed over £1.8 billion across a range of debt and equity investments in the renewable sector, as at end December 2015.
Vopak Terminal Eemshaven
Vopak Terminal Eemshaven is a tank terminal which was purpose built for the long-term storage of strategic petroleum reserves. It is located in Eemshaven in the North of The Netherlands and has been operational since 2012. The terminal comprises 11 tanks with a total storage capacity of 684,025 cubic meters (currently used for storing diesel and gasoline) and is well connected through a deep-water jetty for seagoing vessels.
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