Greentech Advises Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners on its Acquisition of Seven Seas Water
April 30, 2020
Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners (“MSIP”) is a leading global infrastructure investment platform. The team has a proven and disciplined approach to investing in infrastructure assets globally. MSIP recently completed a $5.5 billion raise for North Haven Infrastructure Partners III, its third global infrastructure fund.
- On March 30th, 2020, Seven Seas Water, a provider of Water-as-a-Service solutions and former operating segment of AquaVenture Holdings Limited (NYSE:WAAS), announced that it had been acquired by funds managed by MSIP
- On December 23rd, 2019, Culligan, a portfolio company of Advent International, announced the acquisition of AquaVenture in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $1.1 billion. Culligan subsequently divested Seven Seas Water to MSIP
- Seven Seas Water owns and/or operates SWRO (seawater reverse osmosis) water treatment facilities in the Caribbean and South America, which together provide more than 8.5 billion gallons of pure water per year to governmental, municipal, industrial and hospitality customers
- Seven Seas Water’s wastewater treatment and reuse solutions include scalable modular treatment plants, field-erected treatment plants and temporary bypass plants that are used by customers to treat and convert wastewater into effluent or reclaimed water prior to being released back into the environment
The transaction press release can be found at:
Greentech Capital Advisors acted as financial advisor to Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners. The transaction further strengthens Greentech’s leading advisory position in the Water sector.
Olaf N. Krohg, CEO of Seven Seas Water, commented: “We are excited to announce that Seven Seas Water is now partnered with a strong infrastructure investor that recognizes the value of our services and solutions through our water treatment operations and our wastewater treatment and reuse assets. Under this new ownership, Seven Seas Water will be backed by a partner that shares our ambitious growth strategy and supports our continued focus on providing world-class service and operating expertise for our customers.”