Home Exits


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.
The IRB Infrastructure-sponsored trust, backed by road assets, will seek to raise as much as $780m to repay debt.
The Singapore-based renewables firm has hired banks to conduct a ‘strategic review’ of the pool of 102 assets in a bid to garner additional resources for growth.
The $28.5m transaction will see the Singapore-based fund manager exit from an investment it made in 2014 through its $100m third Asian infra vehicle.
Having realised about 40% of its debut infrastructure vehicle, the alternatives investment manager is looking to sell all of the fund’s assets by 2019.
The $375m deal will provide Three UK with access to a range of additional spectrum, allowing the mobile operator to expand into the fixed wireless broadband market.
The division is the latest asset of the defunct US solar developer snapped up by international investors.
The $90bn insurance company will sell a 73.1km motorway in Hunan to Shenzhen’s largest toll road operator.
The exit by Beijing Enterprises Water Group, a portfolio company of Khazanah Nasional and IFC, is a sign that further consolidation may be in the cards in China’s water sector.
The transaction will allow Spain’s Abertis to enter the Indian market at a time when it is looking to expand its Asian footprint.

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination