Greenko to sell India’s assets to GIC of Singapore
Posted on: 2015-08-17 Posted by: CLAT Gurukul Category: Archive Blog
Hyderabad based renewable energy company Greenko has agreed to sell its India assets to Singapore based sovereign wealth fund company GIC for about 1,600 crore Rupees. Greenko has signed a non-binding deal with GIC for the sale of the company’s trading activities, assets and all its shares in Greenko Mauritius which also comprise ownership and operation of clean energy projects in India. About Greenko: It is Hyderabad based market leading owner and operator of clean energy projects which includes wind, hydropower, natural gas and biomass in India. The company is listed on AIM of London Stock Exchange. Its installed energy generation capacity is 904 MW. About GIC: The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) is established by the Government of Singapore in 1981. It manages Singapore’s foreign reserves and enhances the international purchasing power of the reserves. It invests internationally in equities, money-market instruments, fixed income, real estate and special investments which is also acknowledged by highest corporate credit ratings by both Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s, of AAA and Aaa respectively. Source: The Hindustan Times
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