Reliance Jio: From Facebook to L Catterton, here's a list of all ten investors in Jio Platforms
In this edition of 3 Point Analysis, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra explains the contours of the deal and what's the outlook going forward?
Reliance Jio: From Facebook to Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, here's a list of all seven investors in Jio Platforms
Jio Platforms: ADIA has been a long time investor in Indian equities.
ADIA invests Rs 5,683.5 crore in Jio. Reliance Industries has now sold 21.06 percent stake in its digital assets unit through 8 fundraising deals in 7 weeks and collected a total investment of Rs 97,885.65 crore, or $12.96 billion
With the latest round of funding commitment from the Abu Dhabi sovereign fund, and those from HDFC which is the sponsor, the fund has raised USD 550 million as the corpus.
The aviation company is in talks with investors to raise funds via minority stake sale, sources say.
The Maharashtra government and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, will set up a joint task force to explore and facilitate investment in key infrastructure projects in the state. The suggestion came from chief minister Devendra R
On August 11, 2016 Swiss Finance Corporation (Mauritius) Limited bought 7,30,000 shares of Dilip Buildcon at Rs 250.04.
The public issue received bids for over 1.48 crore shares as against more than 2.13 crore on offer till 1700 hrs, according to latest uptade available with National Stock Exchange (NSE).
According to sources, three global institutional investors -- Blackstone, GIC and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority -- have been shortlisted as buyers in DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL). Due diligence process is on and the agreement is likely to be signed by September.
GIC invested its share of USD 80 million in March and the ADIA entity will invest the remaining USD 150 million, the company said in a statement.
On May 31, 2016 Abu Dhabi Investment Authority bought 30,54,000 shares of Tata Motors DVR.
ReNew Power Chairman and CEO Sumant Sinha said, "ReNew Power will have an edge in the solar competitive bidding scenario through this long term OPIC facility. With another high quality lender on board, ReNew Power continues to hold its leadership position in the renewable energy space in India."
DLF, the country's largest realty firm, had in October last announced that its promoters will sell their 40 per cent stake in the DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL)
On November 05, 2015 Abu Dhabi Investment Authority bought 2,53,533 shares of eClerx Services at Rs 1,760.05.
The funds will be used for capital expenditure related to implementation of solar and wind projects. "ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd has raised new equity funding of USD 265 million from new and existing investors," the company said in a statement.
Apart from key bilateral issues, the two leaders also discussed situation in the region, particularly in wake of the increasing threat of terrorism and extremism from various sources including the Islamic State militant group (ISIS).
Real estate consultant JLL has started the bidding process of iconic London hotel, Grosvener House, after its erstwhile owner Sahara Group defaulted on its loans to Bank of China.
In an interesting turn of events,crisis hit Sahara has entered the fray for buying its own Grosvenor House hotel, which was put on sale by its lender Bank of China after a 'technical default'.
The logistic company, on April 13, has received Rs 140.36 crore by issuing 68.5 lakh equity shares to 15 anchor investors like Franklin India Smallar Companies Fund, ICICI Prudential, Eastspring Investments India Equity Fund, DSP Blackrock Small & Midcap Fund, Birla Sun Life etc
Sources say the project will be developed by Adani Infra & Developers. ADIA will pool in over USD 300-400 million stake held by GFC.
After operating out of Ramon House since 1977, Housing Development Finance Corporation finally decided to buy an office of its own. Chairman Deepak Parekh had always considered Ramon House to be lucky.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) plans to invest about USD 200 million in Indian real estate, two sources said, underscoring a trend for large Gulf sovereign wealth funds to diversify away from traditional developed markets such as Europe.