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As the US enters recession, Amber Infrastructure Group’s Tom O’Shaughnessy believes pre-development agreements are part of the answer to realising the country’s $1trn infra promise.
Climate change minister James Shaw says the annual reporting requirements will apply to all institutions with more than NZ$1bn in AUM.
Valuations, new GP relationships and the energy transition’s uneven global progress were some of the main issues discussed by attendees last week.
Principal Ryan Ramsey says a similar focus on low correlation, capital preservation and specialised management of long lived, capital-intensive assets is part of what makes ag 'ripe for institutional investment.'
Battery pack
The deal to develop and maintain 10 battery systems also marks the French firm’s first infrastructure investment in Canada.
Antoine Dréan, founder and chairman of Triago, predicts that a consequence of the collapse in asset values will be the wipeout of profit sharing for many managers.
The infra debt party’s in full swing, Port of Darwin faces renationalisation threats and data-centre boom hits a bottleneck. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
The firm has taken a ‘sizeable minority position’ in UK-based Connexin and could use it as a platform for further growth in this sector.
US highway, Austin, Texas
I Squared Capital’s Sadek Wahba proposes the creation of a national infra bank, a PPP advisory trust and tax reforms to further unlock foreign institutional investment.
ADIA is the largest investor in the vehicle with additional commitments made by other global institutional investors and the firm's flagship fund.

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