News & Analysis

Asian insurers’ alternatives allocation nears $1trn – report

Insurers in the region that have increased their exposure to alternative assets face regulatory changes that may hinder future investments.

AMP Capital secures 40-year Melbourne student accommodation deal worth $217m

The firm is targeting more deals in the sector, to which it is aiming to commit 20%-25% of its Diversified Infrastructure Trust.

Eiffel closes ‘innovative’ energy transition bridge debt fund on €350m

The vehicle was closed €150m above its original target and has invested €233m to date across Europe.

KKR: The capital-protection brigade

After closing the year’s largest fund on $7.4bn, KKR’s infrastructure team gathered in Miami to discuss its future strategy. We catch up with head of infrastructure Raj Agrawal and key team members to find out what’s changing.

VIDEO: ‘Nothing holding back’ Asian renewables

wpd's Helge Rau, Gore Street Capital's Alex O'Cinneide and Kok Leong Toh of Partners Group each offer their differing views on Asian renewables.

Macquarie secures €3bn for MEIF6 ahead of first close – exclusive

The vehicle launched earlier this year is expecting a first close before Christmas and is predicted to reach its €6bn hard-cap next year.

CK Infra considers listing European assets

The proposed move comes two weeks after the Hong Kong-listed group’s $9.5bn takeover offer for APA Group in Australia was blocked on ‘national interest’ grounds.

Australia’s NEG not dead as Labor opposition revives policy

Opposition leader Bill Shorten has promised to pursue a ‘bipartisan market mechanism’ such as the National Energy Guarantee if his party wins power in 2019.

From hero to zero: The Hastings Funds Management story

'How can you have a $7bn business where performance has been very strong over 20 years, then have to shut the thing down?' asked one former director. We take a look at how it got to this point and the lessons learnt.

Atlantia director resigns over ‘inappropriate’ bonus pay-outs

Lynda Tyler-Cagni wanted to suspend bonuses for staff following the Morandi bridge disaster, but Atlantia said it was unable to do so, citing legal grounds.

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