News

Latest M&A Analysis

  • Infra funds – hoarding and splurging

    Infrastructure funds struggling to raise cash… which sounds odd given the records broken in 2022 for fundraising. But we live in a new reality and the suspicion is that hoarding is afoot and that the splurge will come in Q3

  • DC Advisory sails through 2022, predicts choppy but navigable waters ahead

    DC Advisory has won the Global Financial Adviser of the Year in IJGlobal’s Investor Awards 2022, coinciding with its tenth anniversary last March

  • Global Infrastructure Partners: Seizing the ESG opportunity

    Formed from a marriage between Credit Suisse and GE in 2006, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) has long had a results-focused and data driven approach to EHS and ESG matters, by virtue of the team’s industrial GE heritage, explains Lucy Chadwick, Partner and Head of ESG

  • New year – new fear

    As we toil our way towards the end of the first week of 2023 – happy new year btw – the customary sense of enthusiasm/anticipation seems to be a trifle lacking. Is it just me, or does it feel a little bit… you know… nervous out there?

  • Re-engineering infra finance for energy transition

    Only through in-house specialist expertise, structuring skills and agility will banks be able to meet the huge need for funding new types of sustainable infrastructure, writes Hervé Le Corre, global head of infrastructure finance at Societe Generale

  • LAC’s digital patchwork

    Digital infrastructure is one of the key pillars for growth across the LAC region with significant impact anticipated for the coming decade. Dorina Yessios, New York partner with Allen & Overy, speaks to IJGlobal...

  • The Irideos journey, Italy

    Asterion Industrial Partners added Italian cloud and data centre company, Irideos, to its portfolio earlier this year, effectively creating Italy’s largest alternative wholesale access and B2B connectivity platform

  • GI Hub reveals Asia's resilience during high inflation

    Asia’s infrastructure markets can leverage increasingly mature sustainable instruments and the availability of multilaterals to stay resilient amid rapid inflation and rising interest rates. IJGlobal shares insights with Henri Blas, chief content officer of Global Infrastructure Hub, about global trends of private investment in infrastructure in relation to Asia

  • Greencoat UKW, Hornsea I stake acquisition

    Global Infrastructure Partners has, through multiple deals over the past year, fully divested its 50% stake in the 1.2GW UK-based Hornsea I Offshore Wind Farm

  • Austria's €2bn fibre investment

    Austria has ambitious goals for its fibre roll-out across rural regions with Meridiam lined up to play a significant role in the financing of that programme having secured its position this summer as a joint venture partner to work alongside Magenta Telekom

  • Infra Dig – African energy… in transition

    Gabriel Onagoruwa chair of the project development and finance practice at Nigeria-headquartered law firm Olaniwun Ajayi stars in this week's Infra Dig podcast

  • Digital consumption drives APAC data center growth

    With investment in APAC digitization continuing to ramp up, the focus turns on a growing market where the appetite appears to be bottomless

  • Blue Phoenix Group acquisition, Netherlands

    Deals in the niche energy-from-waste recycling sector are few and far between, rendering InfraVia Capital Partners’ acquisition of a 70% stake in Netherlands-based Blue Phoenix Group a transaction worthy of attention

  • VTG – the full story

    Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Global Infrastructure Partners are set to jointly acquire a 72.5% stake in European transport business, VTG Aktiengesellschaft, from Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners and Joachim Herz Stiftung for around €7 billion

  • Bhola II gas-fired recapitalisation, Bangladesh

    The recapitalisation of the Bhola II gas-fired power plant was another step in the maturation of Bangladesh’s project finance market. The transaction innovated the domestic project finance market for power by bringing in a larger club of commercial banks, including two first-time participants in Bangladesh’s project finance market, and a new international equity holder

  • Hot Springs Eternal: Ancala’s Evolution of HS Orka

    While renewable investment in Europe has been on a stunning trajectory in recent years, not all opportunities within the space are equal. Geothermal assets such as HS Orka are a rarity in Europe and do not frequently come up for acquisition

  • Infra Dig – Maxine Ghavi on BESS and microgrids

    Battery energy storage systems and microgrids have shot up the agenda as they made the comfortable transition from Core + to a distinctly Core infrastructure investment

  • 3i Infrastructure's TCR consolidation, Belgium

    When 3i Infrastructure and DWS first bought into TCR it caused ripples across the market at a time when Core + was first being coined. Now 3i is consolidating its position...

  • Antin Spanish fibre sale, Lyntia Networks

    AXA IM Alts and Swiss Life Asset Managers in May agreed to acquire Spanish fibre business Lyntia Networks from Antin Infrastructure Partners following a 6-month sale process

Analysis Archive

Related News

Related Reports