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Wednesday 02 September 2009 alle ore 09:00:32
Category: Renewable Energy
Kerself: New contract for photovoltaics in Puglia
Kerself, a company active in the field of solar photovoltaic modules, announced that its subsidiary Ecoware, the main EPC Contractor in Italy, has signed a contract for the construction of a solar photovoltaic total capacity of 6MW to be built in Puglia with Foresight Group, a leading global investment fund manager specializing in alternative energy. The plant, worth 25 million euros, will be implemented with benefit from the incentives provided by government energy for a period of 20 years
Tuesday 01 September 2009 alle ore 09:00:41
Category: Private Equity
China Investment bid billion dollars on hedge funds
The China Investment Corp - the sovereign wealth fund in Beijing - announced that it has diverted large amounts of capital into hedge funds and private equity firms. The chairman of the fund Lou Jiwei in an interview in recent days has indeed confirmed that $ 500 million that the fund had invested in hedge funds and private equities in the month of June has been followed in recent weeks by other operations of equal amount. On 31 December the China Investment Corp. (which owns assets of 297.5 billion dollars) could still see the bulk of its portfolio consisting of "cash". Now, it should be verify how the arbitrage will weigh at the end of 2009, because the fund intends to invest only in hedge no less than 6 billion dollars over the coming months. Among the objectives of CIC also has a stake in Songbird Estates Plc, a London-based giant that controls more than half of the properties owned by the financial district of Canary Wharf.
Thursday 06 August 2009 alle ore 09:00:57
Category: Private Equity
No deal between Clessidra and Cavalli
The fund Claudio Sposito has stopped negotiations with the designer to take over a share of the company. Behind the rupture, the failure in obtaining the stakeholders majority. In early June, after months of negotiation, Cavalli and Clessidra had signed a letter of intent for the sale of the shares giving until September 30 to determine the exact amount of the transaction. According to some sources, however, they not managed to reach a meeting point on the value of the share of 30% of the capital. Clessidra should have pointed out, otherwise, the breaking point would be on need for an increase of the share capital of the Florentine fashion and move in majority of the fund led by Sposito. The designer said he was "ready to cut the massive costs" and "mid-September" will present a new team manager. At this point, the designer will have to find a way out.
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