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The $822m project has applied to change its structure so that it's now 100% privately financed.
The UK is the main target, with a team of six being assembled in London, headed by Osama al-Ayoub.
The Australian government hopes to draw more private sector partners with its recently announced budget.
S&P’s Michael Wilkins and DC Advisory’s Sergio Ronga share their thoughts.
The UK’s infrastructure planning regime is showing some signs of improvement, but is still tough to navigate
The Indian asset manager is set to launch its first infrastructure debt fund in an attempt to branch out from its core real estate funds offering.
The government is calling on pension funds, insurers, debt funds and other players in the private infrastructure debt market to give it feedback on how bonds could be used to fund new concessions. 
South Korea’s $25 billion sovereign wealth fund Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) has brought cheer to at least one GP so far as it follows other Asian sovereign wealth funds like China’s National Social Security Fund and the Government Pension Fund of Thailand in making a first foray into private equity. In June, the Korean government […]
Korea Investment Corporation’s move into private equity is good news for GPs in a fundraising drought.
The $121 billion CPPIB today argued before US lawmakers that it should not be lumped in with all sovereign wealth funds, as legislators in California attempt to bar the US’ largest pension groups from investing in private equity funds tied to sovereign wealth funds.

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