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IndInfravit acquires nine Indian roads and a new investor

Indian road developer SIPL will own 10% of the infra investment trust alongside CPPIB, Allianz Capital Partners, OMERS and trust sponsor L&T IDPL.

Subsidy-free transition is slowing down renewables

For the first time in nearly two decades, growth in new capacity has stalled. We examine why and look at whether the freeze is expected to last.

Investment alone will not solve our climate crisis

The outlook for renewables is bright, despite the shift towards more market-based systems. But although governments might no longer need to provide subsidies, they still need to offer leadership.

Subsidy-free transition is slowing down renewables

For the first time in nearly two decades, growth in new capacity has stalled. We examine why and look at whether the freeze is expected to last.

Fundraising in 2019 is off to a roaring start

With 10 funds raising a total of $22.3 billion between January and April, 2019 is already outpacing 2018, when $18.78 billion was raised during the same period.

Your new-look Infrastructure Investor has arrived

A revamped design seems like a fitting way to celebrate our 10th anniversary.

CIP targets new markets with $1bn fund

A group of Nordic investors has helped the Danish fund manager reach a $700m first close on New Markets Fund I, CIP’s first emerging markets-focused vehicle.

Asterion seals first digital infra deal

Acquisition of 11 data centres follows the Spanish firm’s recent launch of a renewables platform and marks the third investment through its debut fund.

Three new mid-market outfits to watch out for

With average fund sizes getting bigger and bigger, new GPs are – wisely – choosing to target the mid-market. We cast the spotlight on three new firms with roots in larger industry outfits.

France threatens to fall down the referendum rabbit hole

Resorting to a plebiscite to block the privatisation of airport operator ADP would not only be counterproductive, it would set a dangerous precedent whereby a minority in parliament could block legislation it didn’t like.
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