With InvITs garnering huge interest from investors and sponsors in the road sector, Anurag Dwivedi highlights the need to resolve the teething issues if the model is to be leveraged fully to bridge the capital deficit.
Anurag sums up that while banks and financial institutions struggle with liquidity crunch, a combination of structures like InvIT and ToT (toll operate transfer) , etc. can be the key to recycling and unlocking capital and attracting large institutional investors, public sector institutions and enterprises to the road sector.
This article was originally published in Financial Express on 31 May 2012 Written by: Anurag Dwivedi, Partner. Click here for original article
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