F2i announces the creation of F2i Holding Portuale (FHP), the infrastructure fund’s new port group created following the recent acquisition of Porto di Carrara S.p.a, a group of terminals operating in the ports of Marina di Carrara, Venice and Chioggia.
KOS, the healthcare group owned by CIR (59.5%) and F2i (40.5%) has signed today an agreement, subject to customary antitrust approvals, for the acquisition from EQT Infrastructure II Fund of 100% of the capital of Charleston Holding GmbH (“Charleston”).
2i Aeroporti finalized the acquisition of a 55% stake in Aeroporto Friuli Venezia Giulia S.p.A. for a total value of EUR 32.8 million. The Friuli Venezia Giulia Region will maintain a 45% stake. 2i Aeroporti is co-controlled by F2i sgr and a consortium led by Ardian Infrastructure. Thanks to this agreement, Trieste airport becomes part of one of the largest Italian airport networks, which includes the airports of Naples, Turin, Alghero, Milan (Linate and Malpensa), Bologna and, indirectly, Bergamo. In 2018, the airports of the 2i Aeroporti network handled c. 71 million passengers, corresponding to 39% of national traffic, with an aggregate turnover of around EUR 1.2 billion.
F2i, Italy’s largest infrastructure fund, with equity of about Euro 5 billion, and EI Towers S.P.A., signed today the agreement to acquire Persidera - an Italian leader in the transmission networks of the digital terrestrial television signal - from TIM and GEDI.
F2i, the biggest Italian infrastructure fund with around 5 billion euro in assets under management, announces its entry into the ports sector with the acquisition of the Porto di Carrara Spa (PDC Spa) Group, which owns port terminals at Carrara, Marghera and Chioggia.