Climate Fund Managers (CFM) has announced the first close of Climate Investor One (CIO), at US$412 million.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Netherlands
KKR has announced that 100% of the shareholders of Q-Park have accepted its offer for all shares in Q-Park.
BAM PPP and PGGM have announced that the refinancing of the N33 motorway project in the Netherlands has reached financial close.
UK-listed waste company Shanks has completed its €497 million (US$528 million) takeover of Van Gansewinkel Group (VGG) of the Netherlands, renaming the new combined entity Renewi.
Rubicon Infrastructure Advisors has announced that the A12 motorway project in the Netherlands has reached financial close.
HICL Infrastructure Company Limited, the listed infrastructure investment company advised by InfraRed Capital Partners Limited, has acquired equity interests in two Dutch PPP projects from Ballast Nedam.
BAM and PGGM have announced that they have completed the refinancing of the Poort van Den Haag B.V. (PvDH), a fully operational availability-based PPP Court Project in Den Haag in the Netherlands.
EIB has announced it is considering financing two road projects under PPP scheme in Netherlands and Poland.
The Dutch National Transport Authority, Rijkswaterstaat, has launched a tender process to seek private partners to develop a highway in the North of Rotterdam.
The EQT Infrastructure investment strategy has signed definitive transaction documentation to acquire Delta Comfort B.V. from Delta N.V., the municipality and province owned integrated utility company of the Dutch province of Zeeland.
Antin Infrastructure Partners, an independent private equity firm focused on infrastructure investments, aims to raise €3 billion (US$3.19 billion) for its latest infrastructure fund.
Dutch pension fund manager cooperative PGGM has appointed Erik van de Brake as head of infrastructure.
Dutch transport authority RWS has announced it has awarded the Eefde lock PPP project in the Netherlands to a consortium called Lock to Twente (L2T).
American Tower Corporation (AMT) and Dutch pension fund manager PGGM have announced entry into a definitive agreement to form a joint venture (ATC Europe), which will focus on pursuing telecommunications real estate investment opportunities in select countries in Europe.
The Executive Board of Royal BAM Group has appointed Dr. M. Koch as managing director of BAM Deutschland AG with effect from 1 October 2016. Markus Koch (46) has been part of the management of BAM’s general building company in Germany since 2010.
Arcus Infrastructure Partners has announced that its Arcus European Infrastructure Fund 1 (AEIF1) has entered into a binding agreement for the sale of its 97.8% interest in Shere Group Limited to Cellnex Telecom S.A., which is also acquiring the 2.2% minority interest. The transaction is expected to close in the next few weeks.
3Angle consortium, comprised of Fluor, Heijmans Capital and 3i Infrastructure, has reached the financial close for the A27 (Utrecht - Hilversum) & A1(Hilversum - Bunschoten & Spakenburg) PPP project.
DIF, an independent fund management company and has circa US$3.7 billion of funds under management, has announced the appointment of Willem Jansonius as Partner in its Schiphol office. Willem will be leading DIF’s new core infrastructure activities.
DIF, established in 2005 as an independent fund management company, has announced the appointment of its Head of Americas, Paul Huebener to Partner.
Royal BAM Group and Dutch pension fund administrator PGGM has announced an increased commitment to their joint venture.