FCC and Bankia receive bids for Globalvia

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FCC and Bankia receive bids for Globalvia

FCC and Bankia have received four bids for their Spanish infrastructure concession group Globalvia, one of the world's leading companies in the management of infrastructure assets.

The bidders are:

  • Khazanah Nasional Berhad, the Government of Malaysia's strategic investment fund.
  • Bastion Infrastructure Group, a Canadian independent asset manager.
  • Ginkgo, a Chinese Multi-Strategy fund.
  • Ferrovial, a Spanish developer .

Globalvia's portfolio boasts a high degree of product diversify and includes a significant number of assets. Globalvia's portfolio is composed by 19 highways, 8 railways, one airport, two hospitals and two ports in seven countries: Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Andorra, Mexico, Costa Rica and Chile.

The company has a value of around €600 million (US$746.8 million).

According to sources, Ferrovial aims to acquire Globalvia to compete with RENFE, the state-owned company which operates the rail infrastructure networks in Spain, in the future privatization of the Spanish high-speed train service AVE.

FCC and Bankia have also plans to sell their real estate firm Realia. Realia owns real estate properties of 419.000 square meters in total. The firm owns two landmark office buildings, the Kio towers in Madrid and the Realia BCN skyscraper in Barcelona.

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