Adios Abertis Airports?
The Barcelona-based Abertis Infraestructuras, one of the major European infrastructure conglomerates along with Ferrovial, Dragados y Construcciones (also of Spain), Atlantia (Italy) and Vinci (France) is the subject of a potential buyout involving CVC Capital Partners one of the world’s five leading private equity firms. It is being suggested that ‘non-core’ assets might be sold off. Could they include the airports? [2241 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Syndicated debt arrangement involves 14 banks and counting
- La Caixa will remain the largest shareholder
- Could those ‘non-core’ assets include the airports?
- A ‘clear commitment’ to the management of airport infrastructures
- ‘Pending’ deals in Jamaica, Portugal and the US?
- Airports financial performance improving; but good enough?
Graphs and data:
- Chart 1: Abertis Group revenue breakdown by segment 1Q2010
- Chart 2: Abertis Group revenue breakdown by geography 1Q2010
- Table 1: Abertis Airports list of owned/managed airports
- Table 2: Abertis Group financial highlights: three months ended Mar-2010
- Table 3: Abertis Group financial highlights: Six months ended 31-Mar-2010
- Table 4: Abertis Group financial highlights: 12 months ended 31-Dec-2010
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