Renewable energy company Infigen (ASX:IFN) has announced the company has met with Brookfield Asset Management, following Brookfield’s recent acquisition of 9 per cent of Infigen’s shares.
Infigen Chairman Len Gill says the company is pleased to have Brookfield join the register as a strategic investor.
Brookfield is a global asset manager with around $250 billion assets under management.
The company says Brookfield currently has no intention of making a takeover bid for Infigen, but has reserved the right to alter its view in the future.
Shares in Infigen (ASX:IFN) are trading 1.43 per cent higher at 71 cents