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Pacific Partnerships-led consortium wins Brisbane Cross River Rail PPP

Pulse consortium fought off competition from QIC and Plenary Group to land the tunnels, stations and development package, which is likely to be worth around A$2.7 billion.

American Triple I sees big opportunities in mid-size PPPs

American Triple I Partners CEO David Cibrian believes there is a healthy pipeline to be found in smaller US markets.

India’s Adani outbids AMP, NIIF to win second bundle of airports

The infrastructure conglomerate emerged as the winner of a 50-year concession for six airports located in state capitals and densely-populated areas in the country.

India shelves second bundle of toll roads due to lacklustre response

The government believes worsening borrowing conditions and lower traffic on the roads offered failed to attract investor interest.

France and Turkey lead European PPP market as Italy and UK plummet

The provision of institutional debt in European PPP projects has increased by 55%, as well as increasing the number of countries lent to.

American Triple I to target infrastructure in smaller US markets

A new firm run by veteran investors and former public servants launched last week under the name American Triple I Partners with the goal to provide financing for US infrastructure projects that many may overlook. American Triple I, based in New York, is a new venture created by principals at Wall Street investment bank Siebert […]

Fiera Infrastructure taps PPP pipeline with new partnership

Fiera Infrastructure is investing in a portfolio of public-private partnerships that Canadian construction services company EllisDon Capital is developing as part of a new partnership agreement. Alina Osorio, the infrastructure investment firm’s president, said Fiera will purchase large equity stakes in 10 social, healthcare and transportation projects across Canada that EllisDon is currently constructing. The […]
Tram running on City Circle line of Sydney Light Rail

Sydney Light Rail’s troubles call PPPs into question

The Public Accountability Committee recommends review following legal dispute between the contractor and the client over costs associated with relocating utilities.

Second bundle of Indian roads fails to fetch minimum price

The country’s highways authority will have to choose between accepting a bid that’s lower than its base price of $766m or restructure and re-tender the bundle of eight toll roads.

IL&FS puts Indian roads portfolio on the block

Two weeks after putting its renewables portfolio up for sale, the developer is looking to divest its roads business, as it works towards a restructuring plan.

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