2021-01-22 14:01:52| Mondaq.Com
With the implications of Covid-19 and continued uncertainty over the impact of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union, is now a good time for foreign institutional investors to buy UK real estate?
2021-01-20 18:39:43| The Economic Times
Keen to accelerate investments, technology and capital flows from the EU, India wants the investment and trade deals to happen parallelly and independently. Both the investment deal and trade deal will have to happen parallelly and independently, said an official.
2021-01-19 19:44:09| The Economic Times
Presence of foreign investors in committees could be seen as control, triggering different rules
2021-01-19 15:15:00| socalTECH.com - Southern California High Tech News
Los Angeles-based GOAT, best known for its online marketplace for sneakers, but which now also has expanded into apparel and accessories, has received a strategic investment from Groupe Artemis. Groupe Artemis is owner of the Kering luxury fashion brand. Size of the investment was not announced. GOAT said the strategic investment follows its Series E funding announcned in September of 2020, which was worth $100M, valuing GOAT at $1.75 billion. GOAT said the new investment round will go towards continued expansion in the fashion apparel and other new categories. GOAT is led by co-founder and CEo Eddy Lu.
2021-01-19 15:12:00| socalTECH.com - Southern California High Tech News
Aliso Viejo-based utility-scale energy storage project developer esVolta has received an investment from Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG), Macquarie announced this morning. Size of the investment was not announced. According to Macquarie, the investment will support the continued North American expansion of esVolta and finance its portfolio of over 600 MWh of contracted energy storage projects, plus an additional pipeline of more than 2 GWh of projects. Most of esVolta's projects are in California, which is in the midst of rapidly expanding its energy storage efforts to help de-carbonize its energy. esVolta said the deal requires approval of The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. esVolta is one of the companies looking to help California meet its target of 60% renewable power by 2030 and 100% by 2045, which requires energy storage overnight when solar power is not available.