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Co-head of infra Churchill George Yong says Lincoln Terminal Holdings’ ‘underlying business is similar to a utility’
The project was meant to be financed under a $3.9bn deal. Now, two years and a global health crisis later, major stakeholders have agreed on a revised plan of up to $4.7bn.
The US public pension has to date focused on mid-market funds, which it finds ‘less competitive’, CIO Jim Rice tells us.
Jan-Willem Ruisbroek, head of Global Investment Strategy Infrastructure, tells us about APG’s ‘competitive advantage’ as it seeks to partner with ‘leading renewables developer’.
The GP partnered with Spirit Super, after the latter’s failed bid to acquire the Australian bulk port alongside Palisade Investment Partners.
BlackRock bets on Middle East, Qualitas’s €1.1 billion first close and Stonepeak hires new London MD. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
Residential affordable housing
MD Peter Johnston tells us the GP's partnership with specialist firm SGCH has proven its affordable housing funding model is scalable.
The Commission’s draft proposal might ‘halt’ German deployment for a year, in sign of unintended consequences to come.
If there was ever a time for money managers to push sustainability to the top of the priority list, it would be now.
co-location, batteries, energy storage
Brookfield and EIG’s take-private bid, hot on the heels of AGL Energy’s failed demerger, could point the way for energy transition.

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