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Listed insurance group, Aon, has agreed to acquire the Cleveland, Ohio-based real assets consultant and multi-manager for $475m.
The Chinese operator continues its global expansion, following a $1.12bn investment in Sri Lanka last month.
The two southeast Asia-focused fund managers are selling their stakes in 30MW of operating solar plants in Thailand to a local zinc producer.
The multi-asset manager secured a 3.2 times return multiple and a 19% IRR from the sale of its remaining stake Sembcorp Green Infra.
The state-owned company is seeking to raise up to $700m from the stake sale.
The largest in-building mobile telecoms firm in the country was the last asset in VinaCapital’s London-listed Vietnam Infrastructure fund.
The HK-based investors see the German company as an opportunity to gain a foothold in the European sub-metering market. But the deal comes at a time of increased government scrutiny on foreign acquisitions of critical infra. 
TINC is set to acquire nearly a quarter of the highway PPP six months after raising €77m via a capital increase.
The government of Singapore and the city state’s monetary authority acted as one of the trust’s largest anchor investors.
The Chinese developer will inject about $250m to help build the 527.5MW facility, which is set to become the largest wind farm in the Southern hemisphere.

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