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The Madrid-based firm expects to reach a final close by year end on its €1bn hard-cap for what is already one of Spain’s largest-ever private equity vehicles.
Eurofideme-4 is 2.5 times larger than the French group’s previous fundraise and has invested €300 million.
Commitments from two Swedish investors have brought the fund’s value to just under €300m, with an additional €90m from the EIB expected imminently.
Six of the 32 London-based schemes have committed to the open-ended fund, which has already made its first investment in a European renewables vehicle.
Investing in real assets has become increasingly popular, and debt funds that provide financing for real assets projects are no exception.
Now in its eighth year, our Infrastructure Investor 50 ranking measures the largest manager fundraisings over the past five years.
JIDA Capital Partners is in talks with potential anchor investors to start raising the vehicle alone during the first quarter of next year.
This year’s II 50 ranking sees infrastructure’s elite managers raise almost $120bn more than last year to land at a whopping $496bn.
The ranking is based on the amount of infrastructure direct investment capital raised by firms between 1 January 2014 and 31 August 2019. Where two firms have raised the same amount of capital over this period, the higher rank goes to the one with the largest active pool of capital raised since 2014 (the biggest […]
The firm’s second infrastructure fund is targeting $1bn and has acquired a business aviation provider and a water infrastructure company servicing the midstream sector.
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