The US firm is leading a consortium that is developing residential and commercial buildings for a Texas university after closing its debut infrastructure fund last year.
Plenary, DIF and BBGI are among the firms pre-selected to upgrade the suburbian network of Australia’s second-largest city.
The Singapore-based investor expands its presence in the US as it seeks to capitalise on investments in life sciences and emerging technologies.
Alain Rauscher and Mark Crosbie tell us about their landmark third fundraise, their perpetual IR strategy, the manager’s problem-solving culture, and why they see it as their job to spot opportunities others wouldn’t even regard as infrastructure.
Enhanced reporting is holding fund managers which tweak their mandates en route increasingly accountable. For investors seeking clarity, that’s probably a good thing.
The $376m platform is targeting mid-market Nordic investments as it heads towards a final close later this year.
The policy bank of South Korea is also reviewing a potential $20m debt financing for a midstream gas pipeline project in the US.
The Australian infrastructure manager expects to have collected about half of its A$1bn target by the middle of this year.
The firm is offering access to alternative credit, including infrastructure debt, with a new open-ended fund product.
Ben Loomes has left 3i after nearly five years at the London-listed firm, with Phil White now solely in charge of the infrastructure business.
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