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What do LPs think about infra-like assets? POBA cites lack of track record as...

CIO Jang Dong-hun is concerned these investments might prove harder to exit, expresses a preference for publicly regulated assets and recalls a bad experience with crematoriums in Korea.

Three investors join PSP in ‘Brexit-insulated’ Forth Ports investment

Patrick Samson, the Canadian pension's head of infrastructure, tells us he doesn't exclude some 'bumps related to Brexit', but is bullish on the long term, as GLIL Infrastructure, First State Super and Cbus join the deal.

Partners-backed Sapphire Wind Farm secures PPA for 20% of output

Wholesale energy retailer Flow Power will purchase 50MW of Sapphire’s 270MW capacity per year on a ‘10- to 12-year’ power-purchase agreement.

The enduring power of moving people and goods

Interregional trade and US airports are giving life to the North American transportation sector at a time when capital is flooding the market.

CDPQ launches $3bn JV to hold assets for up to 15 years

The Canadian pension has teamed with Generation Investment Management and will target companies with strong ESG attributes.

UK companies ‘created perfect conditions for renationalisation’, says Ofwat boss

Rachel Fletcher’s intervention comes a day after the regulator was accused by MPs of favouring companies over consumers.

Meridiam’s Europe COO set to depart – exclusive

Tim Treharne’s responsibilities have largely been transitioned internally to Matthieu Muzumdar, who stepped up to the role in February.

Australia revives reliability component of National Energy Guarantee

The mechanism will be debated at a meeting of state energy ministers this month, but emissions-reduction component will be absent.

Australian banks participate in 10-year debt facility on Melbourne road PPP refinancing

Increased competition for the Peninsula Link deal drove the country’s four big banks to agree 10-year loans, pushing beyond their preferred five-year terms.

Carlyle to lead $12bn modernisation of New York’s JFK

The Carlyle Group will lead a consortium of private investors financing a $12 billion redevelopment of New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport, according to a plan unveiled by state governor Andrew Cuomo. Carlyle, a US-based private equity firm, is part of the Terminal One Team chosen by the Port Authority of New York and […]

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