- Single bidder for Belgrade waste PPP
- MegaProject 974: Budapest Airport completes a €1.4 billion refinancing
- RFQ for Canada border P3
- Shortlist for Union Station enhancement PPP project
- MegaProject 973: ADB approves US$526 MM to finance Bangladesh PPPs
- Macquarie to sell holding in National Car Parks to Park24
The Belgrade Administration (Serbia) has announced that only one bid has been submitted for the Belgrade municipal waste treatment and disposal PPP project.
|Date modification||Project||Country||Value ($MM)||Current Stage|
|Jul 21, 2017||Union Station Enhancement PPP Project||Canada||Project in tender|
|Jul 21, 2017||Design, build, finance, and maintain 31 Ports of Entry (POEs) across Canada||Canada||Project in tender|
|Jul 21, 2017||Belgrade waste PPP project at Vinca landfill||Serbia||284.00||Project in tender|
|Jul 20, 2017||N25 New Ross Bypass PPP Scheme||Ireland||215.00||Project in construction|
|Jul 20, 2017||Lakeshore East – East Corridor Expansion Project||Canada||Project in tender|
|Jul 20, 2017||E18 Hamina-Vaalimaa motorway PPP project||Finland||288.20||Financial close|
|Jul 20, 2017||D4/R7 Bratislava Bypass motorway PPP project||Slovakia||1,000.00||Project in construction|
|Jul 20, 2017||Calais Port PPP project||France||1,037.51||Financial close|
|Jul 20, 2017||Beacon Correctional Facility redevelopment PPP project||(USA) United States of America||Project in tender|
|Jul 20, 2017||Batch 5 - Priority School Building Programme (Yorkshire)||UK (United Kingdom)||187.82||Financial close|
|Jul 19, 2017||Providence Intermodal Transportation Center (PITC) P3 project||(USA) United States of America||Project in tender|
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Funds & Investments News
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ new fund Copenhagen Infrastructure III has reached its third close with total commitments reaching €1.9 billion (US$2.2 billion), after only 4 months of fundraising.
|Manager Location||Infrastructure Fund||Stage||Closing Amount (US$ MM)|
|Denmark||Copenhagen Infrastructure III||Fundraising|
|UK (United Kingdom)||iCON Infrastructure Partners IV||Investment||1,367.75|
|Netherlands||Climate Investor One (CIO)||Fundraising||420.00|
|France||FPCI Capenergie 3||Investment||484,080.00|
|Australia||First Samsung-IFM Global Infra PEF Investment Trust||Fundraising|
Macquarie has announced that Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund II (MEIF2) has agreed to sell its 100 per cent interest in National Car Parks Limited (NCP) to a consortium of Park24, a listed Japanese strategic buyer and Development Bank of Japan Inc. (DBJ), a Japanese government-owned financial institution.
|Modification date||Transaction||Country||Transaction value (US$MM)|
|Jul 20, 2017||Park24 and Development Bank of Japan acquires National Car Parks from Macquarie||UK (United Kingdom)|
|Jul 19, 2017||HNA acquires stake in Rio Airport from Odebrecht||Brazil||337.16|
|Jul 18, 2017||Sale of the High Speed 1 UK rail concession||UK (United Kingdom)|
|Jul 17, 2017||Kier acquires infrastructure services provider McNicholas||UK (United Kingdom)|
|Jul 17, 2017||CityFibre acquires Entanet||UK (United Kingdom)||38.00|
People & Companies News
AMP Capital has appointed Niamh McBreen as an Investment Director to its Infrastructure Equity asset management team, based in London, and Stasha Prnjatovic to the newly-created role of Investment Director, Energy within the Infrastructure Equity team in Sydney.
|Australia||Sydney||Senior Legal Counsel C&W||Jul 21, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Construction & Projects Lawyer: 1-3 years PAE||Jul 21, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Commercial/Contract/Procurement Lawyer||Jul 21, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Lawyer | Major Projects, PPP/PFI, Construction, Projects||Jul 21, 2017|
|Australia||Unknown||Analyst, Unlisted Infrastructure Investments||Jul 21, 2017|
|(USA) United States of America||New York||Financing Specialist (Infrastructure & Asset Based Finance)||Jul 20, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Disputes lawyer - Projects, Infrastructure and Construction||Jul 20, 2017|
|Australia||Sydney||Senior Legal Counsel||Jul 20, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Senior Associate, Projects & Infrastructure||Jul 20, 2017|
|Australia||Melbourne||Senior Manager - Energy & Resources (PPP) Banking||Jul 20, 2017|
Lithuania's Parliament has approved a new Concessions law which comes into power from 1st January 2018. The legislation, passed together with the adoption of the EU Directive 2014/23/EU, enables a wider and more flexible use of concessions. The new law aims to establish an adequate, balanced and flexible legal framework for the award of concessions that ensures equal and open access to the market to economic operators from across the European Union.
Corporate Finance News
Brisa Concessão Rodoviária, S.A. (BCR), the main concession of Brisa, successfully issued a new corporate bond in an aggregate principal amount of €300 million (US$337 million).
|Country||Company||Type of Company|
|Japan||Itochu Corporation||Contractor, Infrastructure Developer|
|France||Suez Environnement||International Development Bank, O&M Provider|
|Germany||AviAlliance||Investor, O&M Provider|
|Canada||Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ)||Pension fund|