Company Overview of Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Japan Bank for International Cooperation operates as a financial institution that conducts lending, investment, and guarantee operations in Japan. Its financial instruments include export loans, energy and natural resource financing, import loans, bridge loans, overseas investment loans, untied loans, research and studies, equity participations, bank-to-bank loans, securitization, and guarantees, as well as the acquisition of loan assets, and public and corporate bonds. Japan Bank for International Cooperation has a strategic partnership with Novatek. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Tokyo, Japan with an additional office in Osaka, Japan. It has representative offices in Beiji...
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Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Managing Director and Director
Chief Operating Officer, Senior Managing Director and Director
Managing Director and Director
Managing Director and Outside Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Japan Bank for International Cooperation Key Developments
PJSC RusHydro Signs Technological Cooperation Agreement with Japan Bank of International Cooperation
Sep 6 16
PJSC RusHydro signed a technological cooperation agreement with Mitsui and a memorandum of understanding with Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok. The agreement is aimed at cooperation in development of RES projects in isolated areas of the Far East of Russia and geothermal projects in the Kamchatka region. The parties plan to consider the increase in installed capacity of RusHydro’s Mutnovskaya geothermal power plant from 50 to 120 MW as one of the pilot projects. RusHydro and Mitsui also agreed to do feasibility studies for solar and wind power projects. Currently, PJSC RAO ES East, a subsidiary of RusHydro, is an operator of Group’s renewables fleet in isolated areas of the Far East of Russia. The company now envisages installation of 146 MW of RES capacity.
Novatek, Japan Bank for International Cooperation Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Financing for LNG Projects
Sep 5 16
Novatek and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) signed a memorandum of understanding for strategic partnership at the Eastern Economic Forum. The company reported earlier that JBIC would consider providing financing for the $27 billion Yamal LNG project in order to lay a path for Japanese companies to participate in the construction of Novatek's second liquefied natural gas project. Japanese engineering companies JGC and Chiyoda each own 25% of the EPC contractor building Yamal LNG, and France's Technip owns 50%. In addition, Japan's Mitsui O.S.K. Lines is a member of a consortium that is involved in the construction of gas pipelines for Yamal LNG. Yamal LNG has signed credit agreements totaling the equivalent of $12 billion with China Development Bank and the Export and Import Bank of China (Cexim), as well as for the equivalent of $4 billion with Russia's Gazprombank and Sberbank. Yamal LNG has also received the equivalent of $2.4 billion from Russia's National Welfare Fund. Novatek is planning to build a second LNG plant on the Gydan Peninsula, Arctic LNG-2.
Japan Bank for International Cooperation Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 23 16
Japan Bank for International Cooperation announced the appointment of Kazuhiko Amakawa as Managing Executive Officer (Global Head Of Energy And Natural Resources Finance Group) and new positon of Kenichiro Hayashi as Managing Executive Officer (Global Head of Corporate Group) from Managing Executive Officer (Global Head of Energy and Natural Resources Finance Group).
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