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Asia Pacific Village Group, owned by EQT Infrastructure Fund IV, increased its bid for Metlifecare by 50 cents to NZ$7 per share and has secured agreement from the company’s largest shareholder, NZ Super.
The Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal in Queensland is likely to be valued at significantly more than A$2bn, with public market investors particularly interested in backing a regulated, defensive asset, sources say.
The vehicle will be capitalised to the tune of $1.98 billion, with $180 million in equity from the two partners and $1.8 billion in debt issuance capacity guaranteed by the Singapore government.
The federal government broadly supported recommendations put forward by the Productivity Commission in October including amendments to increase airport owners' reporting requirements.
Statino terminus in Mumbai, India.
The Canadian pension’s $600m commitment shows ‘alignment of the Master Fund’s strategy with what large institutional investors seek in India', NIIF says.
A series of presentations at a public AEMC hearing in Sydney saw five stakeholders come out strongly against the current MLF regime, with only Infigen Energy defending it.
Australian fund manager ICG took ownership of Tas Gas and other utility businesses operated by Enwave in a A$420m deal.
Two insurance giants – Dai-ichi Life and Nippon Life – have broadened their infrastructure debt scope from anchor investments in funds to making direct structured loans.
Port of Newcastle’s private equity owners face challenges on two fronts as the ACCC appeals a decision over access charging and a port customer files a lawsuit over misuse of market power.
Solar panels
The Montreal-based firm has made its first investment through the fund, backing a Greek solar farm with a long-term off-take agreement.
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