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Bruno Alves is Senior Editor of Infrastructure Investor. Bruno has been a journalist since 2004 and joined Infrastructure Investor in 2009, where he quickly rose to become Associate Editor and a leading writer covering the infrastructure asset class. In 2013 he joined Euromoney to edit their Trade Finance title, before returning to PEI Media in late 2014 as the launch editor of Low Carbon Energy Investor, PEI’s global energy transition publication.
A China Investment Corporation subsidiary has bought a 10% stake in the UK’s Heathrow Airport Holdings from Spanish developer Ferrovial and other shareholders.
The firm has reached a first close on more than €200m after three years on the fundraising trail.
AXA Private Equity's spin-out talks are progressing, with a structure emerging that will give its employees a significant stake in the business. The new clarity has given the fundraising of its latest infrastructure vehicle fresh impetus.
The investment arm of the World Bank and the UK government are investing a combined $153m to kick-start the IFC Climate Catalyst Fund, described as a private equity fund of funds targeting clean energy projects across the world.
The New York-based global infrastructure fund manager, led by Adebayo Ogunlesi (pictured) has disclosed in SEC filings it has raised just over half of its intended $6bn final target.
The specialist energy-focused firm has teamed up with Spain’s Renovalia Energy to target wind projects across Europe and North America.
The US group joins Criteria CaixaHolding, Torreal and ProA Capital as a shareholder in Saba Infraestructuras, the car parking and logistics business that spun out of Abertis earlier this year for €400m.
Funds managed by the private equity investor have acquired 11 wind farms from ACS as part of the latter’s ongoing sale of its renewables portfolio.
The firm has secured the backing of nine banks to help fund the €1.2bn project – ‘the first German wind farm to be fully financed by private investors’.
Spanish mid-market firm N+1 and listed Spanish PE firm Dinamia have bought EYSA, an FCC subsidiary which manages 120,000 on-street parking spaces across 60 Spanish cities.
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