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Will the social and economic vulnerabilities exposed by the coronavirus propel the world of impact investment to new levels? Infrastructure Investor investigates.
After four years of President Donald Trump, investors find themselves wondering again whether an administration under Joe Biden will bring meaningful infrastructure.
I Squared halfway to target, EQT’s ESG-friendly sub-lines and UK pension nearly trebles StepStone mandate. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
The group, which includes some of the world's largest private equity and infrastructure firms, pledges to share knowledge on climate-related risks and 'improve the resilience' of long-term investment portfolios.
Sustainability is turning into a numbers game and moving into the finance chief’s wheelhouse, write Toby Mitchenall, Brian Bonilla, Philippa Kent and Connor Hussey.
Infrastructure firms and funds show solid readiness for the EU’s incoming disclosure regulations, says GRESB’s infrastructure director, Rick Walters.
Rendel Solomon discusses why he walked away from a successful career at a $1bn asset manager, and shares some frank thoughts on the state of diversity and inclusion in the industry.
A new asset class targeting ‘durable, high-quality companies with predictable cashflows and based in non-cyclical sectors’ sounds awfully familiar.
Sound Mixing board
The lower risk of blended finance structures could appeal to private equity investors seeking both impact and returns, but some remain sceptical.
solar energy farm
The fund will target renewable assets in both Europe and North America and is open to further commitments from additional investors.
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