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The deal, alongside BAE and Willis Towers Watson pension schemes, is the result of 18 months preparatory work, according to Greencoat’s Laurence Fumagalli.
The duo are offering a rival bid to the one led by Veolia, which had been preparing a takeover supported by Meridiam.
The manager has for now outbid Blackstone, which had partnered with Bill Gates’ Cascade Investments, Signature’s largest shareholder, to bid for the private aviation services firm.
Macquarie offshore wind
The Danish fund manager has agreed to sell a 25% stake to the wind turbine manufacturer to accelerate its own growth which includes launching a new energy transition fund next year.
Molslijnen EQT
The acquisition of Molslijnen is the fourth investment the Swedish firm is making through its latest infra vehicle which it’s currently raising targeting €12.5bn.
energy storage
The sale of the largest energy storage system in South Korea marks another divestment from Equis Asia Fund II.
Manulife office in Hong Kong
Albamen Capital Partners will invest in renewable energy and digital infrastructure, as well as 'other power-intensive infrastructure assets' in China.
solar energy farm
Part of the funds will go towards the $2bn the firm is looking to invest in renewables and waste infrastructure in APAC over the next two years.
solar power in India
The private equity firm is seeding Virescent Infrastructure with five solar assets it acquired earlier this year from an Indian developer.
First Sentier’s Danny Latham said that investors are increasingly focused on ‘utility-style’ assets and that the firm has been pursuing Australian renewables for some time.
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