Unstoppable march of the airport funds
The US-based Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) stated in Dec-2011 it is raising funds to expand its airport portfolio in 2012. Senior partner Michael McGhee told the Invest and Manage Conference in London the investment fund was "in the process of raising a second fund to spend in the airport sector". Few investment funds were involved in the airport M&A business at its height in the late 1990s/early 2000s but they are very much at the forefront of what is happening now. So, who are they? [3068 words]
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- Foolish to ignore GIP’s credentials
- Changing the passenger experience
- Herd not seen
- World’s first investment partnership fund
- HTAC partners 'supplement each other'
- Mapping the way forward
- GS tops the lot
Graphs and data:
- London Gatwick Airport seat capacity by carrier: 19-Dec-2011 to 25-Dec-2011
- London City Airport seat capacity by carrier: 19-Dec-2011 to 25-Dec-2011
- Athens International Airport seat capacity by carrier: 19-Dec-2011 to 25-Dec-2011
- HTAC shareholdings
- Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport seat capacity by carrier: 19-Dec-2011 to 25-Dec-2011
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