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.
F2i—Italy's largest infrastructure fund, headed by Renato Ravanelli—has signed up to the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), showing its commitment to incorporating ESG (Environmental Social Governance) principles at all levels of its investment and governance strategy.
Today, the Shareholders’ Meeting of F2i has appointed the new Board of Directors for the financial years 2019, 2020, 2021. The newly appointed directors are: Massimiliano Cesare (Chairman), Renato Ravanelli (appointed Chief Executive Officer), Franco Dalla Sega, Gianluca Ghersini, Andrea Buono; Giancarlo Giorgi, Nunzio Luciano, Alberto Oliveti, Andrea Flumiani, Antonio Cabras, Giandomenico Genta, Roberto Pinza, Cesare Dosi.
Tomorrow, February 6th, the Project Finance International (PFI) Award for the “European Solar Deal of the Year” will be presented in London to F2i, Italy’s leading infrastructure fund, led by Renato Ravanelli. The operation for which the F2i team will receive the award during a gala dinner at the Park Lane Hilton is the acquisition – for 1.3 billion euro – of the solar company RTR, together with its 334 MW of operating plants, from the English fund Terra Firma.