IRB Infra gets NHAI nod for transferring project to InvIT
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IRB Infra gets NHAI nod for transferring project to InvIT

IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd said this week that it has received approval from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to transfer its subsidiary Vadodara Kim Expressway Project to he IRB InvIT Fund, a publicly offered and listed infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) fund sponsored by the company.

IRB Infrastructure said having received the permission, it will now complete the transfer process and will also receive full consideration of Rs 3.42 billion.

The move will result in a consolidated debt reduction of Rs 9.55 billion. Last month, IRB Infra announced that it had executed a share purchase agreement and other ancillary agreements for the transfer of the Vadodara-Kim Expressway Project to the IRB InvIT Fund.

The Vadodara-Kim stretch, which is part of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, is 23.74 km long and has a project cost outlay of Rs 20.94 billion.

In June this year, the company mentioned that the Vadodara-Kim expressway project offered meaningful cashflow visibility of over 15 years to the public InvIT. The transaction will free cash for IRB to fund its future project pipeline.

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IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd said this week that it has received approval from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to transfer its subsidiary Vadodara Kim Expressway Project to he IRB InvIT Fund, a publicly offered and listed infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) fund sponsored by the company. IRB Infrastructure said having received the permission, it will now complete the transfer process and will also receive full consideration of Rs 3.42 billion. The move will result in a consolidated debt reduction of Rs 9.55 billion. Last month, IRB Infra announced that it had executed a share purchase agreement and other ancillary agreements for the transfer of the Vadodara-Kim Expressway Project to the IRB InvIT Fund. The Vadodara-Kim stretch, which is part of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, is 23.74 km long and has a project cost outlay of Rs 20.94 billion. In June this year, the company mentioned that the Vadodara-Kim expressway project offered meaningful cashflow visibility of over 15 years to the public InvIT. The transaction will free cash for IRB to fund its future project pipeline. See also: IIFCL aims to sanction Rs 300 bn infra loans this fiscal Karnataka floats tenders for Chandapura Lake clean-up

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