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Bruno Alves

Bruno Alves is Senior Editor of Infrastructure Investor. Bruno has been a journalist since 2004 and joined Infrastructure Investor in 2009, where he quickly rose to become Associate Editor and a leading writer covering the infrastructure asset class. In 2013 he joined Euromoney to edit their Trade Finance title, before returning to PEI Media in late 2014 as the launch editor of Low Carbon Energy Investor, PEI’s global energy transition publication.

We need more Gatwicks in 2019

As GIP cedes majority control to VINCI Airports, it is handing over an asset that is demonstrably better than the airport it acquired a decade ago.

Re-aligning UBS

The head of infrastructure has been in the driving seat for two years, trying to bring the asset manager closer to its investors. Halfway to its $10bn AUM target, we find out how he’s doing.

The rise of the activist pensioner

First Super CEO Bill Watson worries it’s only a matter of time before his superannuates realise they own some of the assets providing them a poor service. He’s right to do so.

UBS AM in five charts

Following the close of its latest debt fund on its €1bn hard-cap and our recent interview with head of infra Tommaso Albanese, we bring you interactive charts on its funds, investments by sector/geography, past performance and more (hover to go full screen).

Are debt investors getting what they need?

We look at four key trends to watch out for as we near the top of the cycle.

How Tommaso Albanese is re-aligning UBS

The head of infrastructure has been in the driving seat for two years, trying to bring the asset manager closer to its investors. Halfway to its $10bn AUM target, we find out how he’s doing.

DOWNLOAD: Anatomy of a record fundraising year

With over $80bn raised for closed-ended funds, 2018 was the biggest fundraising year for the asset class. Find out all the details in our interactive report.

London court to hear IFM Investors sexual harassment case this week

A former analyst in the manager’s European infra team is bringing charges against the firm and one of its European executive directors.

Will the World Bank fully embrace its catalyst potential?

Jim Yong Kim’s belief that he can do more to mitigate climate change and boost infra investment in emerging markets by operating in the private sector again raises questions about the Bank’s role in the 21st century.

2018 awards: It’s the final countdown!

You have one week before voting closes for our 10th annual awards. Read on to find out more about the frontrunners and which races are still tight.

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