3i Infrastructure plc Proposed Placing of up to 81 million of New Ordinary Shares

3i Infrastructure plc (LON: 3IN), the FTSE 250 international infrastructure investment company, has today announced a proposed placing of up to 81 million new ordinary shares in the capital of the Company by way of a bookbuild. · Proposed Placing of up to 81 million Placing Shares with the Placing price to be determined via a bookbuild · Net proceeds of the Placing will enable repayment of debt drawn on the Company’s revolving credit facility, providing flexibility to finance future acquisitions from a healthy pipeline of potential infrastructure investments in the UK and Continental Europe · Placing Shares will qualify for the interim dividend for the first half of the year ended 31 March 2020, which is expected to be declared in November 2019 J.P. Morgan Securities plc (which conducts its UK investment banking business as J.P. Morgan Cazenove) and RBC Europe Limited (trading as RBC Capital Markets) have been appointed as joint bookrunners in respect of the Placing. 3i Infrastructure has a track record of delivering consistently good returns. In the 12 years since the IPO to 31 March 2019, the Company delivered a net asset value growth of 13% p.a. (including dividends), leadin...

AGR: Teddy Warfle of HF-L named Boys Nordic Skier of the Year

Teddy Warfle ran 60 miles in the offseason training program and ran away with the sectional and state skiing titles. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. “This year my main goal for sectionals was to carry on the Warfle name,” the Honeoye Falls-Lima junior said matter-of-factly. In fact, Warfle may have even done his older brother Andrew, the 2018 All-Greater Rochester Nordic Skier of the Year, one better by winning both the Section V and state 10K championships. He also skied on the winning relays at both events and was named the state’s Nordic combined champion. Teddy Warfle, HFL. Boys Nordic Skier of the Year 2019. (Photo: Max Schulte/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) “His older brother set the stage,” longtime Honeoye Falls-Lima coach and 2018-2019 AGR Nordic skiing Coach of the Year Bernie Gardner said. “Teddy steadily improved every year and paid his dues at each level. “His improvements came from his great work ethic and then putting that together with experience. Before this year, Teddy had been the little brother but he became a great role model.” Teddy was at the top o...