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1.RBI permitting banks to lend to InvITs positive

Now, with the availability of bank debt financing, InvIT issuances can further gain prominence, says ICRA


2.ICRA: RBI permitting banks to lend to InvITs positive

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently issued a notification on lending by banks to Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs). While earlier, RBI had permitted banks to invest in units of InvITs, in the absence of clarity on lending to InvITs banks were reluctant to extend credit facilities to InvITs.


3.The third tranche of NHAI’s TOT model sees prospective investors lining up

With a floor price of 49.95 billion, the recent proposal consists of nine highway stretches that run through the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu covering a total distance of approximately 566 km.


4.The Sunrise Sector

The year 2018 saw India’s warehousing and logistics sector coming of age, outshining some conventional real-estate asset classes and attracting the attention of global investors.


5.Do investors prefer new warehouse developments or completed projects?

Interestingly, investors are also exploring land-only options for long term


6.Development assets take the share

Investments in development assets across real-estate asset classes rise to 33 per cent


7.Where are real investments heading in 2019?

In just the first quarter, PE real-estate investment came close to $1 bn


8.Real estate private equity funds focusing on top cities in India

Overall, India’s real-estate sector attracted over $4 billion of PE in 2018


9.Brookfield explores options in real estate

Canada's Brookfield Asset Management Inc is reportedly looking at investing in emerging real estate asset classes in India, particularly warehousing and rental housing. Besides, the firm is set to mark its foray into the hospitality segment as well.


10.EPC companies facing challenges to fund roads

Financial closure and land acquisition in roads are major deterrents