Korean lenders rule out Adani!

5 November 2018 Three Korean financial institutions have ruled out investing in the Adani Carmichael coal mine, rail line or Abbot Point coal export terminal, as confirmed in emails to the Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) Traditional Owners Council. The W&J traditional owners are visiting Korea this week, supported by Market … Read More

EFIC supporting Adani Carmichael

June 2018 Adani has failed to attract private finance to its proposed Carmichael mine and rail project and is becoming increasingly reliant on public funding to proceed. The company has already attempted to use the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility to secure a publicly-funded loan – this was vetoed by the … Read More

Media release: Fourth major Chinese bank walks away from Adani mega mine

Wednesday 13 December, 2017: China Merchants Bank today provided a statement to environmental finance campaigning group Market Forces, confirming it will have no part in the proposed Adani Carmichael coal mine. The bank replied to a letter outlining an array of concerns with the proposed project and the corporate record … Read More

Chinese banks rule out Carmichael coal mine!

Most Australians won’t know about the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China or China Construction Bank. They are massive – among the biggest commercial banks in the world by assets.  All three banks are also current lenders to China Machinery Engineering Corporation, the company Adani has been … Read More

China Construction Bank rules out Adani coal!

Your email will also go to CMEC and its other bankers that getting involved in Adani’s coal mine would mean supporting one of the most environmentally damaging projects they could find, risking their own reputation.

CommBank – Last bank standing on Adani?

UPDATE: Commonwealth Bank have ruled out financing the Adani Carmichael coal mine! Original post: Following the great news that Westpac won’t fund the Adani Carmichael coal mine, attention has now turned to Commonwealth Bank, with the question being asked: will CommBank be the last Australian bank standing on Adani? Here’s … Read More