The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, is considering an investment of up to $100 million in Chinese water treatment firm Penyao Environmental Protection.
Fairfax India Holdings will invest INR12.9 billion ($200 million) for a 10% stake in Bangalore International Airport (BIAL), raising its total holding to 48%.
Tata Capital and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) have invested INR2 billion ($31 million) in renewable energy-focused non-banking finance company (NBFC) Tata Cleantech Capital (TCCL).
An Australian-led consortium that includes Macquarie and AMP Capital has agreed to pay A$7.6 billion ($5.6 billion) for a majority stake in Endeavour Energy, which owns and operates part of the New South Wales (NSW) electricity distribution network.
First State Super and Hastings Fund Management have agreed to acquire the New South Wales (NSW) land title and registry business for A$2.6 billion ($1.9 billion).
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Pakistan’s Karot hydroelectric power project has secured a $1.4 billion facility from a group of Chinese investors and the International Finance Corporation (IFC). It is considered the first infrastructure deal under China’s One Belt One Road initiative.
KKR and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) have invested INR62 billion ($953 million) in the cell tower arm of Indian telecom services provider Bharti Airtel.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private has joined the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) to invest $155 million in Indian renewable energy developer Greenko Energy Holdings.
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Canada's Brookfield Asset Management has agreed to buy two energy platforms operated by US-based renewable energy producer SunEdison, including one with over half its total capacity in Asia.
IDFC Alternatives has fully exited its stake in Indian power plant operator Essar Power for INR5.8 billion ($87.1 million).
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has proposed a $100 million investment in Indian infrastructure-focused non-banking financial company (NBFC) L&T Infrastructure Finance (LTIF) to support solar energy projects in the country.
EIG Global Energy Partners has invested in Senex Energy and will partner with the Australian oil and gas producer on several of its projects.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has agreed to provide $165 million in debt financing to the Bangladeshi subsidiary of Singapore-based energy firm Sembcorp Utilities.
Resources-focused private equity firm Denham Capital has invested in three renewable energy projects across Australia via its Singapore-based investment platform Nexif Energy.
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India’s Piramal Enterprises has invested INR5 billion ($73 million) in Indian renewable energy and telecom solutions company Acme Cleantech Solutions.
EQT Partners has agreed to pay Australian logistics conglomerate Brambles $130 million for its aviation industry services unit, Chep Aerospace Solutions.
Warburg Pincus has agreed to partner US-listed Chinese internet services provider 21Vianet on a joint venture focused on developing and acquiring data centers in China.
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An all-Australian consortium comprising IFM Investors and AustralianSuper has acquired a 50.4% interest in a 99-year lease of Ausgrid, New South Wales’ (NSW) electricity distribution network, for A$16.2 billion ($12.3 billion).
Brookfield Asset Management has agreed to buy the telecom towers assets of Reliance Communications for INR110 billion ($1.6 billion).
IDFC Alternatives has agreed to buy a wind power business owned by Indian conglomerate Jindal Steel & Power.