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2018 awards: Last day to vote!

With a deadline of midnight PST tonight, time is fast running out to make your opinion count in the 10th edition of our annual awards.

Investors ‘will continue to seek shelter in infra in 2019’

Demand for infrastructure will continue to grow with allocations to the asset class expected to increase according to Foresight Group’s recent survey.

Year in Review: Diversity’s growing momentum

The #MeToo movement gave a new urgency to diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace, fuelling a conversation that grew increasingly louder in 2018. With much still to be done, do not expect a change of topic in the coming year.

2018 awards: Competition is heating up!

Two weeks since our awards voting began, some candidates are pulling ahead of the pack, but the race is tight. Make your opinion count by casting your vote today.

Secondaries market will ‘only get larger’

And it isn’t just the growing number – and size – of the primary infrastructure vehicles that will fuel secondaries’ growth, Campbell Lutyens’ Gerald Cooper explains.

First close imminent for $17.5bn GIP IV

The Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund is mulling a $400m commitment to GIP's latest flagship, in what will be its fourth investment with the manager.

2018 awards: Keep the votes coming!

Our awards voting is off to a flying start, but there is still time to make your opinion count with a number of close races beginning to develop.

The drive for US renewables goes beyond Trump and politics

While the government may not support clean energy, the demand for renewables is being driven by customers – including major companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon, General Motors, Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble.

Secondaries market will ‘only get larger’

And it isn’t just the growing number – and size – of the primary infrastructure vehicles that will fuel secondaries’ growth, Campbell Lutyens’ Gerald Cooper explains.

Greater scrutiny of foreign ownership is here to stay

While stricter regulations surrounding foreign investment in infrastructure have coincided with a rise in populism around the world, we find the root causes lie elsewhere.

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