26 articles about "Morgan Stanley"
Refinancing the acquisition debt taken out to fund the purchase of Veolia’s regulated UK water business could prove challenging in the face of a sinking regulatory asset base.
Veolia’s share price dropped by 10% this month, despite the group reaching an agreement to offload a majority stake in its regulated UK water business to a consortium of Infracapital and Morgan Stanley.
Analysts are scratching their heads over how much Veolia Environnement actually raised from the sale of its UK regulated water business.
Dutch engineering consultants DHV and Royal Haskoning have announced their intention to merge, in order to create a €700 million-a-year powerhouse.
The sale of Veolia’s regulated UK water assets will hinge on keeping the competition authorities happy. What are its options?
For the deal signed during 2010 which represents the most significant step forward for the industry in terms of financial innovation or in meeting the demands of challenging circumstances.
The lifting of a leverage restriction has allowed Thames Water to issue its inaugural subordinated Class B bond. The proceeds will take out some of the Kemble Water acquisition debt.
* Following the closing of the voluntary public takeover offer for Christ Water Technology, GLV Inc. now holds 92.6% of Christ’s voting rights.
* Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) is planning to retender a planned new 60,000m3/d wastewater treatment plant at an alternative location to that originally earmarked at Al Thakira, north of Doha.
For the deal, contracted in 2009, which has made the biggest contribution to the advancement of public-private partnerships in the international water sector.