(PRNewswire) GREENWICH, Conn., MADRID, and LONDON — The First Reserve Energy Infrastructure Fund (FREIF I) of First Reserve, the largest global private equity firm exclusively focused on energy, and Renovalia Energy, one of the largest renewable energy developers and Independent Power Producers, today announced the expansion of their Renovalia Reserve joint venture with the addition of two wind power plants in Southern Mexico. The investments diversify the Renovalia Reserve portfolio beyond Europe into North America and nearly double the power capacity of the wind farm assets worldwide. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. Read more
Renovalia Reserve Investment Platform Expands with the Addition of Two Onshore Wind Power Plants in Mexico
(Deal Pipeline) Advent International Corp.-backed Brazilian private education company Kroton Educacional SA is taking over peer Anhanguera Educacional Participações SA, which is backed by Pátria Investimentos Ltda., in a deal valued at about 5 billion reais ($2.5 billion), the companies announced Monday. Read more
TMG Capital adquire controle da NeuroTech
(Jornal Valor) SÃO PAULO – A TMG Capital anunciou hoje a compra da NeuroTech, companhia especializada em softwares de algoritmo que ajudam companhias a obter informações estratégicas com base em enormes bancos de dados. O valor investido na aquisição não foi revelado. A NeuroTech, sediada em Recife, tem faturamento anual de cerca de R$ 25 milhões e está no mercado há 13 anos.
(PRNewswire) Sao Paulo – GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A. (BM&FBOVESPA: GOLL4 and NYSE: GOL), (S&P: B, Fitch: B-, Moody’s: B3), the largest low-cost and low-fare airline in Latin America, hereby announces that, on April 5, 2013, it entered into an investment agreement with the private equity firm General Atlantic, which establishes that General Atlantic, subject to certain conditions, will make a direct or indirect investment in GOL’s subsidiary SMILES S.A., through a private equity fund constituted in accordance with CVM Instruction 391 of July 16, 2003. Read more
(Dow Jones) Mantiq, which was spun off from Banco Santander Brasil SA (BSBR, SANB4.BR) last year, currently manages three private equity funds with total investments of about 2.5 billion Brazilian reais ($1.27 billion). In addition to a fund that invests in the oil and gas industry supply chain, and another that invests in renewable energy and other environmentally sensitive technologies, Mantiq’s biggest fund is a BRL1.3 billion general infrastructure fund. Read more