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The International Finance Corporation (IFC) - a member of the World Bank Group, has signed an agreement to invest $100 million in the Africa Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, an equity fund that will promote the development of basic infrastructure in Africa. The equity fund plans to raise $600 million to $1 billion to invest in unlisted equity and equity-like infrastructure investments in Sub-Saharan Africa. The fund will take significant stakes in a range of infrastructure projects including toll roads, wind power farms, and other renewable energy projects, ports, water and sewerage utilities, and social infrastructure. The ...
Leading foreign funds Morgan Stanley, Fidelity and billionaire investor George Soros’ hedge fund Quantum (M) have picked up stakes in Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) through a qualified institutional placement (QIP). The three global investors together bought four crore shares, roughly 26% of the 15.8 crore-share placement, for Rs 680 crore, according to disclosures filed with the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Morgan Stanley now holds 3.5% of IDFC’s diluted equity capital. Fidelity and Quantum (M) own a little less than 1% each in the company. IDFC shares have been ... Read More
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