Marguerite has announced the sale of a portfolio of renewable and concession-based assets by the Marguerite Fund to Pantheon.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Spain
Hospital del Tajo and associated facility management operating company Explotadora del Hospital del Tajo have been sold to Quaero European Infrastructure Fund, within a 30-year concession contract awarded in 2005.
Ferrovial has successfully priced a €500 million (US$ 588,49 million) perpetual hybrid bond. The issue will pay a 2.124% annual coupon until 14 May 2023.
Noatum Ports confirms the sale of all shares (45% of the Company) held in Operaciones Portuarias Canarias S.A. (OPCSA Las Palmas) to Terminal Investments Ltd which previously held 55% of OPCSA shares.
ACS-owned Hochtief, has unveiled a €17.1 billion (US$21.9 billion) offer for Abertis Infraestructuras SA, topping a bid from Italy’s Atlantia SpA.
OHL Group and IFM Investors have signed an agreement for the acquisition of 100% of the share capital in OHL Concesiones by IFM Investors.
Elecnor S.A. and the eeef have signed a forfaiting facility of over € 9 million to be utilized for the replacement of existing streetlights (old sodium vapour lamps) in the Municipality of Santander (Spain)
FCC Group has named Pablo Colio as CEO.
Globalvia has decided to take legal actions to get a compensation for the Sóller Tunnel concession cancellation.
Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras, part of the ACS Group, has announced that financial close has been reached on the refinancing of Autovía del Pirineo in Spain.
Allianz Capital Partners and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), through its wholly owned subsidiary, CPP Investment Board Europe S.à r.l., have signed an agreement with Gas Natural Fenosa (GNF) to acquire a 20% minority equity interest in its gas distribution business in Spain (GNDB).
Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 5 (MEIF5), which is managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), announces that it has entered into binding agreements to acquire 100% of Empark Aparcamientos y Servicios S.A. - the leading carpark operator in the Iberian Peninsula.
DIF Infrastructure IV has announced that it has acquired from OHL Concesiones 45% of the shares in Autovía de Aragon, S.A, a shadow toll road linking the Madrid city center with Barajas airport.
ACS Group, through its subsidiary Iridium, and Mirova Core Infrastructure have agreed the sale of Iridium’s 80% stake in two Spanish hospital concessions and the operating company of one of them.
Urbaser-Meridiam consortium has announced the financial close for the Zubieta waste-to-energy plant PPP in Guipuzcoa, Basque Country (Spain).
FCC Aqualia, the FCC Group subsidiary specialising in integral water management, has successfully closed the process of issuing two simple bonds for a total amount of €1,350 million (US$1,511 million).
UBS Asset Management's UBS International Infrastructure Fund II has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the equity interest in Autovía del Camino, a 72.4 kilometre concession road located in Northern Spain.
Atlantia has announced the decision to launch a voluntary tender offer on the entire issued share capital of Abertis Infraestructuras, that would create the world’s biggest operator of toll roads.
3i Group has announced the first close of the 3i European Operational Projects Fund, with €155 million (US$169 million) raised from a number of European investors, including a commitment of €40m from 3i.
Alkion Terminals and LBC Tank Terminals have announced the signing of an agreement in which Alkion will acquire the 50% shareholding in LBC Sogestrol and the full ownership of 4 tank terminals in France (Bayonne, Le Havre, Marseille, Nantes), 2 tank terminals in Spain (Cartagena, Santander) and 1 tank terminal in Portugal (Lisbon).