Company has a reported enterprise value of €2.5-3bn and will merge with EQT portfolio company Inexio
Renewable energy service will also receive future growth funding from the GP
GP deploys from Tikehau Capital Energy Transition Fund, which is dedicated to energy transition
Ardian secured the asset following an auction process that included Macquarie and Allianz
Netherlands-based telecoms and media provider United acquires its Bulgarian counterpart
EQT makes the divestment from its EQT Mid Market and EQT Mid Market Europe funds
Partners Group said it will work to further expand in offshore infrastructure and related assets
Joulz's parent company, Stedin Groep, launched the sale of the company in June 2018
Combined group will employ 130 people and focus on nationwide telecommunications infrastructure
Applegreen will acquire a 55% stake in motorway service provider Welcome Break in the transaction
KKR Infrastructure buys 49.99% of new company SFR TowerCo, with an EV of €3.6bn
GP sells stake in Dutch waste management company Attero to 3i and DWS
GP is deploying capital from its Fund VII, which held a final close in 2017 on its €15.5bn hard-cap
Both APG and Axa were previously LPs in the fund, which Axa Private Equity closed in 2007
Transaction will see the firm take control of £4bn of funds and launch three new vehicles
Exit comes three years after Axcel took a majority stake in the Swedish infrastructure service company
Bank to co-invest in CVC's €477m acquisition
Deal is CVC's first stand-alone investment in Poland
Green Investment Bank makes £28.25m investment via Foresight-managed fund
Deal comprises five vehicles and assets worth €370m
Ardian has increased its holding in Spanish oil storage and transportation firm Compañía Logística de Hidrocarburos (CLH) to 15%.
Terra Firma portfolio company Infinis Energy has listed on the London Stock Exchange in an IPO valuing the business at £780m.
Axa Private Equity, via its third infrastructure fund and alongside Spanish airport operator Aena, has acquired London Luton Airport from TBI, a company owned by CVC-backed Abertis, for £394.4m.
In the quest for high-quality deals that are convincing enough for banks to back and make investors excited about the coming fundraising round, Nordic players have looked towards infrastructure.