Reporting – MUFG Bank, Ltd (2016 – 2017)

Adoption Date:22 December 2005
Country of Headquarters:Japan
Region of Headquarters:Asia
Institutional Reporting Hyperlink:http://www.mufg.jp/english/csr/juten/sustainability/sekidou/
Current EPFI Reporting Year/Period:1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017
EPFI Reporting in Compliance:Yes

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Further information on this EPFI may be obtained through the Institutional Reporting Hyperlink above.

PROJECT FINANCE ADVISORY SERVICES

Total number mandated in the reporting period: 12

SectorTotal
Sub Total12
Mining1
Infrastructure4
Oil & Gas1
Power2
Others4

RegionTotal
Sub Total12
Americas3
Europe, Middle East & Africa1
Asia Pacific8

PROJECT FINANCE TRANSACTIONS

Total number that reached financial close in the reporting period: 56

Totals13358
Totals13358
SectorCategory ACategory BCategory C
Mining
Infrastructure1122
Oil & Gas3
Power8223
Others113
Region
Americas314
Europe, Middle East & Africa3113
Asia Pacific7105
Country Designation
Designated14288
Non-Designated970
Independent Review
Yes13356
No2

1Designated Countries are those countries deemed to have robust environmental and social governance, legislation systems and institutional capacity designed to protect their people and the natural environment. For the list of Designated Countries, go to: https://www.equator-principles.com/index.php/ep3/designated-countries

PROJECT NAME REPORTING FOR PROJECT FINANCE TRANSACTIONS (APRIL 2016 – MARCH 2017)

No.Project NameSectorHost Country Name/ Project LocationYear of Financial Close
1Trinidad & Tobago Methanol and DME ProjectOthersTrinidad and Tobago2016
2Renatosu Soma Solar ParkPowerJapan2016
3Tanjung Jati B 5&6 IPP ProjectPowerIndonesia 2017
4Liwa Plastics Industries ComplexOthersOman2016
5 2 x 100MW Kalsel-1 Power Plant ProjectPowerIndonesia2017
6Facility DPowerQatar2016
7Barka IWP InfrastructureOman2016
8Moka GTCC Power Plant ProjectPowerJapan2016
9Hirono Thermal Power StationPowerJapan2016
10Nakoso Thermal Power StationPowerJapan2016
11Westmoreland Generating StationPowerUSA2016
12Project Sunshine Energy AioiPowerJapan2017
13Central Java Power Plant Project 2 X 1,000 MWPowerIndonesia2016
14100MWac El Pelicano Solar Photovoltaic Generation ProjectPowerChile2016
15BeatricePowerUK2016
166th Singapore Waste-to-Energy Incineration ProjectInfrastructureSingapore2016
17Dudgeon Offshore Wind FarmPowerUK2016
18Gold Coast Light Rail ProjectInfrastructureAustralia2016
19Primary Care Centres PPP ProjectInfrastructureIreland 2016
20Capital Metro Light Rail Stage 1InfrastructureAustralia2016
21A6 Motorway PPP ProjectInfrastructureNetherlands2016
22Tangguh Expansion ProjectOil & GasIndonesia2016
23N18-Groenlo-EnschedeInfrastructureNetherlands2016
24Amsterdam Court PPP ProjectOthersNetherlands2016
25SIC-SING INTERCONNECTION PROJECT 600 km Electricity Transmission Facilities in ChilePowerChile2016
26Kemsley CHP EfWInfrastructureUK2016
27Niagara Region Wind FarmPowerCanada2016
28Irish Schools Bundle 5 PPPInfrastructureIreland2016
29Snowy Ridge Wind Park ProjectPowerCanada2016
30Amazon Wind Farm TexasPowerUSA2016
31Nueva Era PipelineInfrastructureMexico2016
32Dakota Access Pipeline and Energy Transfer Crude Oil PipelineOil & GasUSA2016
33Vitol Upstream Ghana (financing for respective share of the Cape Three Integrated Oil & Gas Project)Oil & GasGhana2017
34Southwest Calgary Ring RoadInfrastructureCanada2016
35Ohorayama Wind FarmPowerJapan2016
36CD Global Solar II ID Borrower, LLCPowerUSA2016
37Lackawanna Energy CenterPowerUSA2017
38Race Bank Offshore WindfarmPowerUK2016
39Mount Emerald Wind FarmPowerAustralia2017
40North Wales Waste Treatment ProjectInfrastructureUK2016
41Norther NVPowerBelgium2016
42A6 Wiesloch-Rauenberg to Weinsberg PPPInfrastructureGermany2016
43Voyager Wind IPowerUSA2016
441 x 80MW Muara Laboh Geothermal ProjectPowerIndonesia2017
45Settlers Landing Wind Park Project PowerCanada2016
46Silverton Wind Farm ProjectPowerAustralia2017
47Samalayuca-Sasabe PipelineInfrastructureMexico2017
48Highway 427InfrastructureCanada2017
49CPV Fairview Energy CenterPowerUSA2017
50Manildra Solar FarmPowerAustralia2017

6 projects were not disclosed as per the disclosure conditions specified in Annex B of the Equator Principles

PROJECT-RELATED CORPORATE LOANS

Total number that reached financial close in the reporting period: 11

Totals353
Totals353
SectorCategory ACategory BCategory C
Mining
Infrastructure
Oil & Gas2
Power12
Others33
Region
Americas21
Europe, Middle East & Africa32
Asia Pacific12
Country Designation
Designated142
Non-Designated311
Independent Review
Yes32
No33

1Designated Countries are those countries deemed to have robust environmental and social governance, legislation systems and institutional capacity designed to protect their people and the natural environment. For the list of Designated Countries, go to: https://www.equator-principles.com/index.php/ep3/designated-countries

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EQUATOR PRINCIPLES

MUFG Bank changed its legal name on April 1, 2018. The following activities were reported in 2017 under its former name, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU).

1.Implementation Guidelines

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU) established its “Implementation Guidelines for the Equator Principles” and has been financing projects based on the Guidelines.

2.Assessment by the Social & Environmental Risk Assessment Office

At BTMU, assessment, management, and other administrative tasks related to the environmental and social consideration of development projects are conducted by the Social & Environmental Risk Assessment Office.

3.Education and Training

BTMU conducts periodic training for its employees, with the objective of deepening their understanding of environmental and social considerations, and thereby proliferating the philosophy and practices of EP.

The training is targeted at employees in charge of domestic and overseas project finance; CSR, planning, and credit; and relationship managers for large corporations. BTMU utilizes internal communication measures to promote better understanding of social and environmental considerations by all employees. BTMU also provides training for customers at their request.

Note: Reported numbers include those of BTMU and MUFG Union Bank.

Further information can be found at:

http://www.mufg.jp/english/csr/juten/sustainability/sekidou/