Digital Infrastructure Special Report | Infrastructure Investor


Digital infrastructure has proven itself ‘the fourth utility’ as the covid-19 lockdown has prompted an explosion of videoconferencing for work and streaming for leisure. The infrastructure has been tested but is rising to the challenge and, in the process, underlining its mission-critical nature. As the world demands ever-greater connectivity, it will require ever-greater investment in the infrastructure that makes that happen.


KGAL preps €750m fifth renewables fund – exclusive

The German asset manager is targeting the same amount on which it closed predecessor fund ESPF4 in October 2019.

Eurazeo nabs Marguerite trio for new infra unit

The team is looking to fill the void left by managers leaving the European mid-market space, CIO Laurent Chatelin tells us.

Apollo to focus on governance, reputational risk as Black steps aside

In a letter to LPs on Monday, Leon Black said the alternatives giant's approach to reputation risk until now had been 'conservative'.

CDPQ buys its first transportation asset in India

The 67km toll road will be the first asset the Canadian pension will add to its Indian roads platform, which it launched and staffed last year.

DOWNLOAD: Infra fundraising in 2020 rose to the challenge

The asset class may not have been completely immune to covid's impact but with only a 15% dip compared with 2019, it certainly pulled through nicely.

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