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|... sold its interest in Hobart International Airport to a consortium including QIC. MIRA's Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 6 picked up Farnborough from a consortium of private investors for an undisclosed amount. The airport was the world's first ...|
|... year-on-year. Performance fees earned more than doubled to $595 million thanks to the Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund III (MEIF3), Macquarie Atlas Roads (MQA) and other managed funds and co-investors. The group recorded a net profit of $2.6 billion ...|
|... well as a "substantial staff presence in the city." Investors in the bank will include Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 5, USS, GCP Infrastructure and the UK government. Macquarie Capital's European head Daniel Wong said: "It is a privilege to ...|
|... raised by 18 unlisted global infrastructure funds, up 76% on the same period last year. Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund IV was the largest vehicle to reach a final close in May, raising a,-2.75 billion (A$3.6 billion) in investor capital, reported ...|
|... Exchange. Since balance date Macquarie bank acquired two seed assets for the proposed Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF), the US water utility South East Water for $948 million and Sweden's Arlanda Express airport rail link for $76 million. ...|
|... financial officer Greg Ward said the bank intended to sell the asset into its proposed new Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF) within six to nine months of completion of the fund's initial equity raising. MEIF is intended to be a new wholesale ...|
|... officer Greg Ward said the investment bank plans to sell the asset into a new fund, the Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF) within the next six to nine months or to institutional investors. "During the expected holding period the impact on ...|
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