Terra Firma mulls sale of green energy developer Infinis

Jessica Shankleman
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Guy Hands hires Deutsche Bank, Barclays, RBC Capital Markets, and Climate Change Capital to advise on options

Private equity firm Terra Firma is considering putting up the for sale sign for renewable energy company Infinis in a bid to raise £1.5bn. Infinis, which began as a waste-to-energy developer and expanded...

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