Infrastructure investor Macquarie has agreed to sell its 36% stake in Brussels Airport to a consortium of investors, made up of Netherlands-based pensions investor APG, Queensland Investment Corp. (QIC) and finance specialist Swiss Life. Announcing the disposal March 15, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) said it was selling the 36% Brussels Airport stake because its two investing funds—MEIF1 and MEIF3—have reached the end of their 15-year investment term. The ...

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