FCC has announced that it has formally completed the sale of a 49% stake in its Aqualia subsidiary to Australian fund IFM Investors for EUR1.024 billion (US$1.187 billion). This comes after the European Commission (EC) and the Federal Economic Competition Commission of Mexico approved the sale on 22 August and 20 September, respectively.
EdR has announced the completion of its acquisition led by funds managed by an affiliate of Greystar Real Estate Partners. The total transaction value is approximately US$4.6 billion.
Astaldi S.p.A. has announced that it has signed the closing on the sale of its 59.4% stake in Veneta Sanitaria Finanza di Progetto S.p.A., the concessionaire of Ospedale dell’Angelo in Venice-Mestre, Italy (also known as the New Hospital in Mestre). The transaction amount is in line with the expected book value of the asset: EUR50 million (US$58.8 million).
ATCO has announced that it is entered into an agreement to acquire 40% of Neltume Ports, a leading port operator and developer in South America, for approximately CAD450 million (US$345.8 million). Neltume Ports, a subsidiary of Ultramar, operates in 16 port facilities and three stevedoring businesses primarily located in Chile and Uruguay.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has disclosed to the stock exchange that it has entered a share purchase agreement regarding the sale of a 97% stake in Marine Infrastructure Developers Private Limited (MIDPL), which is responsible for the construction, maintenance, development and operation of Kattupalli Port, to Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ).
Valley Healthcare has taken the number of primary care centres (PCCs) in its portfolio to six, as it announces its agreement to acquire two new construction-ready PCC sites, in Clonakilty, County Cork and Listowel, County Kerry.
Iridium and RiverRock European Capital Partners LLP, through its RiverRock Brownfield Infrastructure Fund 1, have entered into an agreement for the sale of 80% of Iridium’s shareholdings in Remodelación Ribera Norte S.A (RRN).
Globalvia and Comsa Concesiones have sold their shares in Metro de Málaga, which operates two metro lines in Malaga, a port city on the south coast of Spain, under a concession contract.
CCR has agreed to acquire a further 48.15% in Aeris Holding, which owns the concession to operate San José airport in Costa Rica, for US$60 million. The acquisition increases CCR's stake in the company from 49% to 97.15%.
iCON Infrastructure Partners IV has acquired a majority stake in Eco Eridania, an Italian integrated waste collection, transportation, treatment and disposal business, from Xenon Private Equity V and CEO Andrea Giustini’s family holding company Roccaforte.
The Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development of the Government of Canada has ordered China Communications Construction Company International Holding Limited (CCCI) not to implement the proposed acquisition of Aecon Group Inc., one of the largest infrastructure developers in the country, in order to protect Canada's national security.
DIF has announced that its Infrastructure V fund has acquired a 66.7% stake in Albea SAS, a company which holds the concession to operate the A150 toll road in France. DIF Infrastructure V purchased the stake from Infravia and TIIC.
The Rohatyn Group (TRG), a specialized asset management firm focused on emerging markets, and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have announced that TRG has acquired the J.P. Morgan Asian Infrastructure & Related Resources Opportunity (AIRRO) platform.
Aurelia S.r.l., the financial holding company of the Gavio family, and Ardian, have entered into a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop a strategic partnership aimed at strengthening the ASTM/Sias Group in the infrastructure sector.
Global Infrastructure Partners to acquire Indian infrastructure asset management business worth US$1.8 billion
Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) subsidiary IDFC Alternatives Ltd is selling its infrastructure asset management business to Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP). The business manages assets worth about US$1.8 billion.
HICL Infrastructure Company Limited, the listed infrastructure investment company advised by InfraRed Capital Partners Limited, has announced that the Group has entered into an agreement to divest its 100% equity and subordinated debt interest in the Highland Schools PPP2 Project for GBP56.2 million (US$77.42 million).
Abu Dhabi Ports has entered into an agreement to acquire a 50% stake in Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) from its current shareholders Mubadala Investment Company and infrastructure fund manager Mubadala Infrastructure Partners for an undisclosed sum.
OMERS Infrastructure has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its interests in Airports Worldwide (AWW) to VINCI Airports. AWW owns nine new airports (two freehold property, three concession, four management contracts) and three partial management contracts in American airports.
SFund International invests in Asia Allied Infrastructure to develop projects in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area
Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings Limited announced that its controlling shareholder has entered into an agreement to sell a 9.8% share in the company to SFund International Investment Fund Management Limited.
3i Infrastructure plc has announced that it will invest EUR201 million (US$246.36) to acquire a 50% stake in Attero, one of the largest waste treatment and disposal companies in the Netherlands.