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Local government financing vehicles used to fund infrastructure projects face bond maturity payments of $530bn between 2019 and 2021.
As the Abraaj case plays out in the criminal courts, the impact on private equity investors and the GP-LP relationship will become palpable.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is perceived as a reformer that helped lure foreign capital into India's infrastructure sector, but experts believe the market will remain attractive even if the incumbent PM suffers an electoral defeat.
Delhi’s financial investigation agency has raided six offices, to look into allegations of “money siphoning”.
Banks are changing the way security notices are issued to LPs following the firm's collapse.
When one of the country’s biggest groups ran into financial trouble, the country braced itself for a market-wide crisis. Two months later, market observers describe the episode as a new step towards a more professional infrastructure sector. Eduard Fernández reports.
Two weeks after putting its renewables portfolio up for sale, the developer is looking to divest its roads business, as it works towards a restructuring plan.
The troubled company is also putting on the block under-construction wind assets with a total capacity of 104MW.
When an LP can't meet a drawdown request, what happens? What recourse does a GP have? Ed Hall from law firm Goodwin analyzes the remedy and negotiation points in this extract from The LPA Anatomised.
As the firm appoints liquidators, founder Arif Naqvi says he is hopeful the fund management business will live on under new owners.
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