SWFI First Read, December 10, 2018
Posted on 12/10/2018
IMF Bentham Opens New London Office
IMF Bentham Limited opened a new London office called IMF Litigation Funding Services Limited. The division will provide litigation finance, investment capital and strategic services for disputes in the EMEA region, which includes the United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
Falck Renewables Buys Portfolio of Windfarms in France
A subsidiary of Falck Renewables acquired a portfolio of five onshore windfarms in north-eastern and western France from a fund affiliated with Glennmont Partners for €37 million. The sale was due to the fund’s divestment plan. These windfarms are located in Bois Ballay, Les Coudrays, Mazeray, Eol Team, and Noyales.
Carlos Ghosn Charged by Japanese Prosecutors
Japan government prosecutors indicted Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan Motor, and the auto company. The indictment accuses the parties of violating Japanese financial laws by underreporting his compensation. Nissan disclosed Ghosn’s misconduct which included underreporting his compensation and using corporate funds for personal expenses.
OIF Plans to Go Defensive on Public Equities
Oman Investment Fund (OIF) seeks to move to defensive sectors in public equity markets such as healthcare and the insurance sector. On the private side of things, OIF is targeting long-term investment themes such as nanotechnology.
Japan Investment Corporation Loses Leadership Over Government Row
The President and CEO of Japan Investment Corporation, Masaaki Tanaka, and eight other executives have decided to resign.
- Falck Renewables
- IMF Bentham
- Japan Investment Corporation
- Middle East
- Oman Investment Fund