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Auckland, New Zealand

NZ Super-CDPQ Infra shortlisted for Auckland light rail

The NZ Infra joint venture will go head-to-head with government entity NZ Transport Agency for the right to act as delivery partner for the multibillion-dollar scheme.
Sydney skyline

Foresight Group launches first Australian infra debt fund

The UK-based fund manager will launch the Foresight Renewable Energy Income Fund this month, a debt fund targeting A$150m-A$200m that will invest in smaller-scale renewables projects.
Brisbane, Queensland

LGIAsuper hires new CIO from Equip Super

The A$13bn Australian superannuation fund has tapped Troy Rieck, who was previously chief investment officer at the A$15bn Melbourne-based superfund Equip Super, to take over as CIO.

Morrison & Co preparing sale of PIP Fund I assets in Australia, New Zealand

The sale, from its first Public Infrastructure Partners Fund, is expected to generate strong returns in what's seen as a hot PPP market.
Sydney skyline

Australian superfunds’ infra returns fall in 2018-19

Unlisted assets, including infrastructure, continued to deliver solid returns for Australian superfunds but returns were down on 2017-18 as listed assets bounced back.

Is asset recycling making a comeback Down Under?

With growing scrutiny of rising debt levels in Australia’s state governments, the stage is set for another round of privatisations.
technology, innovation

‘We try to be open-minded about new tech’: MIRA’s head of innovation

Peter Durante talks to Infrastructure Investor about his role and how the fund manager thinks about technology.

MTAA Super and Tasplan in talks to create A$22bn fund

The two industry superfunds, which both have significant infrastructure commitments, hope to increase returns and lower fees for members.

Australian energy policy: what next?

The coalition government retained power in the federal election. But the surprise result means inaction on a federal policy looks set to continue.

Australia’s CEFC launches fund manager alongside Ironstone Capital

The state-backed entity will commit up to A$100m for investments through Warada Capital, which will also be ‘actively seeking’ funds from other institutional investors.
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