KKR has sold its stake in French district heating provider Coriance to First State Investments, the asset management division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Quadrant Private Equity will exit Australia-based Canberra Data Centers (CDC) as listed infrastructure investor Infratil and Commonwealth Superannuation Corp. (CSC) agreed to buy a majority stake in the business for A$784 million ($565 million).
Hong Kong-based energy investor Kerogen Capital has agreed to commit GBP44 million ($63 million) to UK-based oil and gas company Hurricane Energy.
EIG Global Energy Partners has hired Rex Chung, formerly of KKR, as managing director and co-head of Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong.
Morgan Stanley raises $5.8 billion for global infrastructure investments as the asset class matures in Asia
Renewable energy-focused developer and investor Equis Funds Group has launched Southeast Asia's largest solar energy project in the Philippines.
A Brookfield Asset Management-led consortium and a group led by Qube Holdings that includes Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and China Investment Corporation (CIC) are considering a joint A$9 billion ($6.5 billion) bid for Australian rail...
IDFC Alternatives will buy a controlling stake in a Bangalore toll road from NCC Infrastructure Holdings - which is backed by The Blackstone Group - and Soma Enterprise at an enterprise value of INR7.5 billion ($109 million).
Nexif Energy, a Southeast Asia-based energy investment platform backed by Denham Capital, has bought a majority stake in a Vietnam hydropower project.
IFM Investors has agreed to sell Australia-headquartered renewable energy platform Pacific Hydro to China’s State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC).
Infrastructure privatizations in Australia are commanding ever higher price tags by virtue of their perceived quality and relative rarity. It is increasingly difficult for smaller investors to compete
China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) and the National Council for Social Security Fund (NSSF) have established a RMB15 billion ($2.3 billion) infrastructure fund.
M.K. Sinha, CEO of IDFC Alternatives, explains how the firm has been focusing on private equity exits, gradual accumulation of assets in infrastructure, and opportunistic openings in real estate
Indian growth-stage private equity firm New Silk Route (NSR) has promoted Arvind Malhan to partner.
Indian renewable energy producer ReNew Power Ventures has raised a $265 million funding round led by a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), with participation by existing investors Goldman Sachs and the Global Environment Fund (GEF).
Cube Highways & Infrastructure, the India toll road and transportation investment platform of I Squared Capital, has bought an Indian toll road from developer Madhucon Infra.
Australia’s competition regulator has raised concerns about Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management’s A$8.9 billion ($6.5 billion) cash-and-stock acquisition of listed rail freight and cargo port operator Asciano.
QIC Global Infrastructure Fund has led a consortium to purchase the Iona Gas Storage Facility in Australia for A$1.78 billion ($1.3 billion).
Brookfield Asset Management and Kotak Mahindra’s Core Infrastructure India Fund will buy six road and three power projects from Gammon Infrastructure Projects.
Denham Capital has partnered with Singapore-based power management company Nexif to form an investment platform that will commit more than $200 million to energy projects in Southeast Asia.
QIC, an investment manager controlled by the Queensland government, has reached a first close of more than A$1 billion ($735 million) on its global infrastructure fund. The overall target is A$1.75 billion.
Singapore-listed warehouse operator Global Logistic Properties (GLP) has launched a $7 billion fund for developing logistics facilities in China.
KKR has announced the final close of its KKR Global Infrastructure Investors II fund at $3.1 billion. The fund will invest in infrastructure opportunities, with an emphasis on OECD member countries.
The fact that the US needs to improve much of its public infrastructure is undisputed. But the fragmented nature of the market and politicization of deals still leave private investors frustrated