KKR (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts)
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- The auction for French private water player Saur is moving through to its second round. Insiders suggest that no trade bidders have made it through, while Antin Infrastructure...
- Veolia, meanwhile, is buddying up to Russia’s largest private water operator, Rosvodokanal. RVK’s current owner Alfa Group has indicated that...
The French company was the most successful foreign player Down Under in the boom years. In leaner times, the opportunities are in the synergies between water and waste, new technology offerings, and broader partnerships with utilities, CEO Mark Venhoek explains.
Foreigners bail out of UK water as political and regulatory concerns threaten valuations Vol 17, Issue 11 (November 2016)
The impending exit of a number of high-profile foreign investors from the UK regulated water market coincides with one of the greatest periods of uncertainty the sector has faced since privatisation. Who will be next to sell?
The beleaguered Spanish group is looking to offload the bulk of its water concessions as part of a rescue deal aimed at staving off bankruptcy. What has it put on the block?
Macquarie has put more than a quarter of Thames Water’s equity on the block as it seeks to wind up the fund housing the bulk of its holding. The process may yet result in an IPO.
- Catalunya’s anti-fraud office this month recommended Acciona be stripped of its €1 billion 50-year ATLL bulk water concession in Barcelona after investigators found evidence the concession-holder made allegedly irregular payments totalling €12.13 million to two of its subsidiaries.
This month’s chart offers evidence that what mergers and acquisitions activity in the global water sector may have lost in terms of deal flow in 2015, it more than made up for in value.
The market has embraced Envirotech’s first perpetual dollar bond. The developer is cash-rich and hungry for BOTs.
Aqua America moved swiftly to plug the holes left by the promotion of Chris Franklin to CEO and the resignation of Karl Kyriss at the end of June.
CITIC and KKR concluded their takeover of United Envirotech in April. Leveraging its new parents’ easy access to credit, the company is ready for expansion, and new Chinese water standards are playing neatly into its hands.