Company Overview of Borealis Infrastructure Trust
Borealis Infrastructure Trust is a principal investment firm specializing in investing in and facilitating the financing of infrastructure projects. It was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with additional offices in London, United Kingdom; New York, New York; and Sydney, Australia. It operates as a subsidiary of OMERS Administration Corp.
Royal Bank Plaza South Tower
200 Bay Street Suite 2100
PO Box 56
Toronto, ON M5J 2J2
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Borealis Infrastructure Trust
Chief Executive Officer and President
Executive Managing Director, Executive Vice President, Secretary, General Counsel, and Director
Executive Vice President and Director
Senior Vice President of Borealis Infrastructure Trust Management Inc
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Borealis Infrastructure Trust Key Developments
Macquarie Reportedly Eyes Port of Melbourne
Feb 16 15
Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, Inc. is interested in the acquisition of Port of Melbourne Corporation. According to multiple sources Macquarie is understood to be interested in the privatization spree. The Victorian government and Morgan Stanley and Flagstaff Partners have sent a proposed timetable to bidders late January 2015. As revealed by Street Talk, the six-page flyer said expressions of interest would be opened in late February 2015, indicative bids were likely to be in mid-May 2015 while binding offers would be due in August 2015. IFM Investors Pty Ltd, advised by Barclays Capital, has teamed up with APG to form potentially a powerful bid. Hastings Funds Management Limited with Wren House Infrastructure Management Limited and advised by RBC Capital Markets and UBS, is believed to be considering taking on another equity partner. Gresham and Credit Suisse-advised QIC Limited, Global Infrastructure Partners and Borealis Infrastructure Trust bid appears settled. The QIC bid is bankrolled by the Future Fund and QSuper.
Investors Reportedly Eye Australian Electricity Networks
Dec 8 14
New South Wales and Queensland's electricity networks are up for bidding in 2015. Potential suitors include State Grid Corporation of China, Singapore Power Ltd, Borealis Infrastructure Trust, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, IFM Investors Pty Ltd and QIC Limited, Australian Financial Review reported.
Enbridge Pulls Out From Bidding For BG Assets
Sep 25 14
Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB) has pulled back from bidding consortium for BG Group plc’s (LSE:BG.) Queensland gas pipeline assets. The consortium is led by IFM Investors. According to the news report, it is understood that Enbridge has decided back off because the structure of the sale, in which BG is looking for bids of around $4, does not fit with the company’s strategy. BG is looking for investors for the pipeline. Backing out of Enbridge leaves IFM with only one partner in the process, QIC Limited, and the partners are still evaluating the opportunity. According to the report, Enbridge’s move follows the exit of another consortium led by Hastings Fund Management (USA) Inc., which pulled out the race earlier. It is believed the Hastings consortium, which included Borealis Infrastructure Trust and Germany’s Allianz SE (DB:ALV), dropped out for similar reasons to Enbridge and will focus instead on bidding for the Port of Melbourne. DataRoom reported earlier that Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited (SEHK:1) and APA Group (ASX:APA) were also bidding for the pipeline. BG expects to finalize the sale within 2014. Goldman Sachs is advising BG on the sale.
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