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AMP Capital sale hits roadblock, French bank launches €500 million first-time fund and John Laing joins the fibre race. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
The vehicle will continue its predecessor's mid-market strategy of investing in energy transition, telecoms and public transport.
Editors from across the PEI stable jump on Zoom to swap thoughts on a growing trend in private markets: linking the cost of fund-level credit facilities to ESG performance.
In a shift in strategy since its rebrand, Aware Super is ‘not really focused’ on supporting new fund managers or blind-pool funds, senior portfolio manager Mark Hector says.
The London-based GP has brought together AP4, IMAS Foundation, Industriens Pension and KLP to target core infra assets in Western Europe.
Yesterday’s announcement marks the first step in a three-month conversation over what will be included in the plan’s final version.
February’s crippling snowstorms froze wind turbines across the Lone Star State, crashed its power grid and blew up the swaps underpinning its renewables market.
Rejecting accusations of being ‘short-termist’, head of infra Mathias Burghardt told us Ardian will not seek to sell the assets it is looking to acquire from Suez alongside GIP.
Low carbon
The firm is part owned by Capital Constellation, a GP seeding JV between the Alaska Permanent Fund, RPMI Railpen and Wafra, which acquired a minority stake in 2018.
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