Company Overview of Global Infrastructure Partners
Global Infrastructure Partners is a principal investment firm specializing in investments in infrastructure assets. It seeks to invest in energy and energy projects with a focus on natural resources infrastructure and power and utilities; natural gas, transportation with an emphasis on air transport infrastructure, freight railroad, and seaports; and water and waste with a focus on water distribution and treatment and waste management. The firm also seeks to invest globally with a sector focus on power generation and transmission, gas storage and pipelines, water assets, airports, air traffic control, ports, railroads, and toll roads. It primarily invests in OECD countries, flexibility to pu...
12 East 49th Street
New York, NY 10017
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Global Infrastructure Partners
Managing Partner and Chairman
Chief Financial Officer and Operating Partner
Managing Director and Director of Finance and Accounting
Chief Administrative Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Global Infrastructure Partners Key Developments
Fortescue To Reportedly Divest 40% Stake In Pilbara Port And Rail Assets
Apr 29 13
Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX:FMG) is known to be in discussions to divest 40% stake in its Pilbara port and rail assets. It is known that the discussions have moved on from the 30% stake to 40% stake initially being put up for sale by Fortescue. Fortescue is thought to be looking at divesting slightly more than 40% of the assets. The company is unlikely to divest more than 50% of the assets. Lazard and Macquarie Capital are handling the sale process and short-listed parties have been given access to due diligence materials. Shortlisted bidders include Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. (NYSE:BIP) and Temasek Capital. Global Infrastructure Partners is also reported to be part of the bidding process. Fortescue expects a $3 billion to $4 billion cash deal by the end of June, 2013.
Hochtief Airport Assets Are Reportedly Drawing Bidders
Apr 16 13
Several bidders have shown interest to acquire stakes in the airports business of Hochtief AG (DB:HOT), Reuters reported. Fraport AG (XTRA:FRA), Global Infrastructure Partners, Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (TSX:BAM.A) and Allianz SE (DB:ALV) have already submitted offers, Reuters said citing two people familiar with the deal. According to one of Reuters' sources, a fifth bidder has launched an offer for the German operations of Hochtief's airport business. A source representing a potential buyer of the assets has said Hochtief could now fetch as much as €1.2 billion in the sale, which Deutsche Bank is organizing. Deutsche Bank, Hochtief, Fraport and Allianz declined to comment, while Global Infrastructure Partners and Brookfield were not immediately available for comment to Reuters.
Six Potential Bidders Selected For Chicago Midway Airport Privatization
Mar 16 13
The city of Chicago has selected six groups of airport investors and operators as potential bidders for the privatization of Chicago Midway Airport. The six groups were selected from sixteen that responded to a city request for qualifications. The bids have been evaluated by city staff, advisers and Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Midway Advisory Panel on their financial capacity and their experience in airport operations. The six groups include AMP Capital Investors Limited, Corporación América S.A., Global Infrastructure Partners, Great Lakes Airport Alliance consisting of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (Europe) Limited and Ferrovial, S.A., Incheon International Airport Corporation and Hastings Funds Management Limited and Industry Funds Management Pty Ltd. and The Manchester Airport Group PLC. In the next several weeks, city officials will share information about the bids and the next step towards the potential privatization.
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