December 16, 2017 2:37 AM ET

Transportation Infrastructure

Company Overview of Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U.

Company Overview

Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U. operates and manages highways, railways, hospitals, and ports. It manages highways and tunnels in Andorra, Chile, Costa Rica, Spain, Ireland, Mexico, and Portugal; and railroads, ports, and buildings for public use in Spain. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Madrid, Spain with additional offices in Chile, Mexico, New York, and Ireland.

Paseo de la Castellana 280-3º

Madrid,  28046


Founded in 2007


34 91 456 58 50


34 91 572 00 68

Key Executives for Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U.

Chief Executive Officer and Acting Construction & Operations Director
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 49
Head of European Highways
Head of Spanish Highways
Head of Railways
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U. Key Developments

Globalvia Reportedly Eyes WestConnex

Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U. intends to put a bid for the $16.8 billion WestConnex being put up for sale by the NSW government through Goldman Sachs. JPMorgan is believed to have won the role to advise Globalvia, according to sources. Cintra Infraestructuras S.A. is making a bid for WestConnex with Plenary Group Pty Ltd and three Canadian pension funds, with the consortium aided by the Royal Bank of Canada and Deutsche Bank. Scott Charlton, Chief Executive Officer of Transurban group (ASX:TCL), confirmed its interest in the project last week, and said while it would remain disciplined, it would not rule out the acquisition even if it was dilutive to the company. Transurban and its backers, including AustralianSuper Pty Ltd, are viewed as the front runner. WestConnex has been up for sale through a half share in Sydney Motorway Corporation Pty. IFM is still undecided on entering the contest, despite hiring Citibank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. A roadshow for prospective buyers on the asset is scheduled in October before submitting expressions of interest in mid-November. Suitors will have access to vendor due diligence reports. Conditional bids will then be due by the end of February 2018 before the government calls for binding bids next year.

Acciona Reportedly To Sell Bio-Bio Highway Concession

Acciona, S.A. (BME:ANA) Acciona is to sell its 90km long Route 160 concession highway worth USD211mn in the Bio-Bio region, Chile, to invest in the US infrastructure market, according to InfraPPP. Firms that have expressed an interest in buying the project include DIF, Ardian, Abertis Infraestructuras S.A. (BME:ABE) and Globalvia Inversiones, S.A.U.

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