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1.Crisis Calls for Capital

With funding from banks and NBFCs to India’s real-estate sector continuing to be a struggle, the sector recorded an investment of $5.397 billion in 2019.

2.Infrastructure investments increase by 25 per cent in 2019

But number of deals reportedly drop from 64 to 58

3.Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to invest up to $600 mn through NIIF

The agreement includes a commitment of $150 million in the NIIF Master Fund and co-investment rights of up to $450 million in future opportunities.

4.$14 billion foreign PE flows to Indian real estate in five years

63 per cent in commercial real estate

5.RBI permitting banks to lend to InvITs positive

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

6.Four companies emerge as potential bidders for nine NHAI roads spread across India

As reported, nine road stretches of around 566 km running through Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar and Tamil Nadu that were put up for auctioning under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), are expected to receive bids from Adani Enterprises, Cube Highways and Infrastructure, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and IRB Infrastructure.

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

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

8.EPC companies facing challenges to fund roads

Financial closure and land acquisition in roads are major deterrents

9.Increasing PE focus on retail; funds diversifying india investment portfolios

After a few years of reduced focus on retail real estate largely due to the limited supply across India, private equity (PE) players are again focussing on these assets with over US$ 724 mn invested in 2017 (through September) alone. Compared to the total investment of US$ 1.57 billion witnessed between 2015 and September 2017, this chunk shows how the PE focus is changing as they aim to diversify their portfolios.

10.Infrastructure Status for Logistics Sector - A Major Growth Catalyst

The Indian logistics sector being granted infrastructure status is a landmark move with wide-ranging implications for an industry now set to grow 10-15 per cent annually.

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