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News Bunyah GCC Infrastructure Fund will target investments in potable water and waste water projects in the GCC and MENA region

A recently established infrastructure fund sponsored by Kuwait Investment Company is targeting investments in the water sector in the GCC and MENA region. The US$400m Bunyah GCC Infrastructure Fund is managed by Instrata Capital in Bahrain and will target investments in potable water and waste water projects as well as other types of utility, transportation and industrial infrastructure.  The fund is already evaluating investments in the GCC and typically works with major international and regional companies with experience in the water sector. Instrata Capital works on projects at all stages of development and is also evaluating opportunities in water privatisation.

  1. Bunyah GCC Infrastructure Fund will make investments in the GCC and MENA region
  2. Target investment include potable water and waste water processing facilities
  3. Public Private Partnership (PPP) type transaction structures including BOT, BOO,  BOOT
  4. Project size in excess of US$150m
  5. Government sponsored as well as private sector sponsored transactions/projects

Interested parties should contact Mr. Simon Monk at Instrata Capital – www.instratacapital.com.

Contact information Simon Monk, Managing Director: Instrata Capital BSC, P.O. Box 26300, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain (email: s.monk@instratacapital.com)
Phone: +973 17 388 188 ; Fax: +973 17 388 177 ; Mobile: +973 3946 1942
News type Inbrief
File link http://www.instratacapital.com/bunyah_infrastructure.php5
Source of information Instrata Capital
Subject(s) DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION : COMMON PROCESSES OF PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT , FINANCE-ECONOMY
Relation http://www.emwis.org/documents/fol195274/fol428489
Geographical coverage Bahrain, Kuwait, MENA region, GCC
News date 29/10/2007
Working language(s) ENGLISH
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