And now for the hard part 2009-10-30 Philip Borel <P>Slaughter and May did the legals for Global Infrastructure</P> <P>Partners, and sent out its press release not once but twice. The second one read: “Please ignore the confidentiality banner on the previous e-mail. We would like this
India’s infrastructure needs are great, but the limited track record of foreign investors in the country, combined with cultural differences, have put off many global institutional investors from investing.
BAA has agreed to sell the UK’s second largest airport, ending months of negotiations. Rival bids from syndicates featuring Borealis and Citi were trumped by GIP, which reportedly secured more than £1bn in debt financing.