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The arrival of OTPP and AusSuper to the government-backed fund is another milestone in India’s evolution into an institutional-friendly infrastructure market.
Indian road in Mumbai
Indian developer IRB will transfer nine operational and under-construction assets spanning 1,200km to an investment infrastructure trust.
Statino terminus in Mumbai, India.
The commitments from the Canadian pension and Australian superannuation fund bring NIIF’s Master Fund to its third close on more than $1.8bn.
Brookfield will acquire a portfolio of telecom towers in India, valued at $3.6bn, through an infrastructure investment trust set up by their current owner Reliance Industries.
The assets, valued at $3.6bn, will be acquired through an infrastructure investment trust set up by owner Reliance Industries.
Indinfravit India roads
Indian road developer SIPL will own 10% of the infra investment trust alongside CPPIB, Allianz Capital Partners, OMERS and trust sponsor L&T IDPL.
The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund’s managing director, Sujoy Bose, explains how the government-backed GP expects to lure investors.
Rice fields Northwest Vietnam
Claiming investment needs ‘can’t be met by a handful of institutional investors’, the Swiss asset manager is offering its open-ended listed fund to retail investors.
Taj Mahal India
The government has restructured a previous bundle that failed to fetch the desired price adding roads with ‘high traffic’.
The acquisition of KRIL expands the Dubai-based port operator’s logistics footprint and the joint venture’s portfolio.
Countries such as India, China, Japan and South Korea are aiming to attract private capital to the midstream and downstream space. But, challenges remain in some markets.
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