AGC Equity Partners, a London-based private equity firm backed by Middle East investors, has announced investment of $175 million in a Russian power producer.
The announcement by AGC, headed by Walid Abu-Suud and Khalil Amiouni, represents one the largest private equity investment in Russia by a Middle East investor to date. (AGC was part of a consortium that completed the purchase of the 26.43% stake in OJSC Enel OGK-5. Other investors are Russian Direct Investment Fund, Xenon Capital Partners' Rusenergo Fund, and the Macquarie Renaissance Infrastructure Fund.)
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