Why recycling can drive the next stage of the energy transition

Renewable energy capacity is only going to increase, and asset repowering could play a big part in that. Zak Bentley explains why the future might partly lie in the past

Seizing the future

Looking at what will shape the infrastructure space going forward is clearly an exciting exercise – not least because the trends are firmly rooted in the present.

PSP eyes 2019 opening of Hong Kong office

The C$153bn Canadian pension will open its first office in Asia next year and plans to build a broader portfolio of managers in the region.

Inside Japan Post Insurance’s $10bn alternative investment plan

Tadasu Matsuo, managing director and head of alternative investment at Japan Post Insurance, lays out the investor’s diversified portfolio investment strategy in an interview with sister title PERE.

Secondaries market will ‘only get larger’

And it isn’t just the growing number – and size – of the primary infrastructure vehicles that will fuel secondaries’ growth, Campbell Lutyens’ Gerald Cooper explains.

Why clearly defining infrastructure is critical

Without a clear definition of what it is and what it can offer investors, the infrastructure sector does itself a disservice, argues Sarah Tame, associate director at EDHEC Infrastructure Institute.

LPs demand more granularity in fees and expenses

Investors are forcing funds to take disclosure to a whole new level of detail, with broken deal expenses one of the most contentious areas.

Private debt recognised as standalone asset class by IPEV

In the latest draft amendments to its valuation guidelines, the organisation for the first time looks at debt investments in their own right and not just as part of private equity deals.

Greater scrutiny of foreign ownership is here to stay

While stricter regulations surrounding foreign investment in infrastructure have coincided with a rise in populism around the world, we find the root causes lie elsewhere.

OP&F backs US-focused Axium fund with $125m

Montreal-based fund manager Axium Infrastructure received a $125 million commitment to its US-focused vehicle from the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund. OP&F is expanding its $283 million real assets portfolio with the commitment to Axium Infrastructure US Fund, which the firm will use to invest in energy, transportation and social infrastructure assets, according to […]

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