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The €18bn-plus takeover will end with Atlantia owning 50% of Abertis, ACS owning 30% and its German arm, Hotchtief, holding the remaining 20%.
The sale of its 15 percent share to Atlantia ends the firm’s nine-year interest in the Channel Tunnel operator.
The trio is joined by other local and international investors, with nine consortia expressing an interest for Egnatia Odos.
Having emerged as the preferred bidder in late January, the LINXS consortium will now wait for the city council to approve its proposal for the $4.5bn people mover PPP.
The transport and renewables acquisitions are being made through the manager’s record-breaking $15.8bn third infrastructure fund.
The investment from the firm's $15.8bn third fund comes days before a scheduled listing for Italo.
Kelling Group, which owns and leases equipment for rail, road and telecom maintenance, ‘benefits from capital expenditure across all critical infrastructure sectors’.
The French group fought off competition from compatriot Meridiam in a tender which initially attracted 27 bidders.
Vehicle makes its final investment, buying a stake in 14 airports that were among the first assets to be sold under the country’s privatisation programme.
The firm has now committed over £550m to the sector which is under pressure for more investment.

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