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Three teams shortlisted for Brisbane’s Cross River Rail PPP

QIC, DIF and Plenary Group are among those competing for the $4bn PPP, which Queensland describes as the state’s ‘highest priority’ infrastructure project.

UTA ousts Hastings, hires Morrison to run $4.7bn portfolio

The New Zealand fund manager beat IFM, winning the right to manage one of the oldest and largest infrastructure funds in Australia.

OPTrust takes 51% stake in Australian energy retailer

The investment will allow Flow Power to expand its Melbourne headquarters and establish a presence in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane. Flow Power was the first Australian retailer to offer corporate renewable power purchase agreements in the Australian market.

Infra takes centre stage in Singapore’s 2018 budget

The Lion City will launch a $3.8bn rail infrastructure fund to expand its existing network by more than 100km and will open a new Infrastructure Office to facilitate investments in the sector.

InfraCo Asia grows Vietnamese portfolio with 168MW solar project

The emerging Asia-focused fund manager has teamed up with clean energy developer Sunseap International to deliver one of the first large-scale solar projects in the country.

EnBW joins Macquarie and Swancor in 2GW Taiwan offshore wind

The German energy company buys a 37.5% stake in the partnership’s three projects, which obtained environmental approvals last week.

Equis Energy continues Australian expansion after $5bn deal

The Singapore-based developer is committed to building over $795m of new projects in the next two-to-three years. It was recently acquired by a consortium of led by GIP for $5bn, the largest renewables deal to date.

Edelweiss’s Indian infra fund nears first close ahead of target

The $1bn vehicle is aiming for returns of up to 21% by investing in the country's operating roads, renewables and transmission sectors.

Infratil starts strategic review of NZ Bus

The potential sale comes after the public transport operator negotiated new contracts with Auckland and Wellington worth a combined $954m.

Former NPS senior exec joins Korea’s largest securities firm

Sang-Hyun Yoo, former global alternatives head of Korea’s National Pension Service, joins Mirae Asset Daewoo as head of private equity.