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"When BIPC a C corp version is offered in 2020 I will be opening a position in them. They represent more then any other I know of the newer blended/merged utility that can provide what ever service you require in the 21st century already imho.
If your not sure who Reliance is the best explanation I can offer is not much happens in India they aren’t involved in vs knowing what they are involved with, huge company over there. A recent move of BIP the past year or so to recycle appreciated hard assets with a target of around two billion dollars in new capital is now moving into a phase two part of it. So far the goals they had have been surpassed and that two billion gets reinvested into newer assets going forward.
Miguel and Ron
One of their top priorities has been in data, infrastructure generating it with things like fiber optical cabling highways and cellular towers and also storing it with deals like the one they made with DLR along with some of the cellular telecoms themselves.
BIP is a great one imho to see where the puck is headed
< Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. is one of the largest owners and operators of critical and diverse global infrastructure networks which facilitate the movement and storage of energy, water, freight, passengers and data. The company’s objective is to generate a long-term return , of 12 -15% on equity and provide sustainable distributions for unitholders while targeting annual distribution growth of 5-9%.
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P.'s strategy is to acquire high quality businesses on a value basis, actively manage operations and opportunistically sell assets to reinvest capital into the business. The company has established a solid performance record, delivering compounded annual total returns of 15% since its inception in 2008. >
< Brookfield Infrastructure acquires Indian Telecom Towers
Dec. 16, 2019 9:46 AM ET|About: Brookfield Infrastructure… (BIP)|By: Vandana Singh, SA News Editor
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP +0.2%) to acquire a telecom tower company in India from Reliance Industrial Investments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited.
The total equity requirement is $3.7B, of which Brookfield Infrastructure will invest ~$375M, with the balance being funded by its institutional partners.
Brookfield Infrastructure is acquiring a portfolio of ~130,000 communication towers that forms the infrastructure backbone of Reliance Jio’s telecom business.>"