A hybrid structure – including Italy’s first ever project bond – aggregated seven separately-financed assets under one facility, while mitigating the worst of Italy’s retroactive tariff cuts, Antin Solar chief executive Umberto Tamburrino tells Low Carbon Energy Investor editor Bruno Alves
Wendy Norris, head of infrastructure and timberland at Australia’s giant Future Fund, spoke exclusively with Infrastructure Investor Research & Analytics about the organisation’s approach to co-investment and emerging markets among other things
Victoria Treasurer Tim Pallas defends the Labor government’s actions over Port of Melbourne and the East-West Link, and thinks the private sector should welcome its future plans. He spoke with Andy Thomson
Brazil has been home to surprisingly few public-private partnerships. Carolina Paiva Zanolo of law firm Machado Meyer examines the reasons why and suggests a possible solution
Liquefaction deals saw the US take centre stage during a very busy second quarter of the year for project finance.
The country’s pension giant GPIF is on the hunt for managers.
Governor Christie conditionally vetoed a bill aimed at expanding New Jersey’s existing P3 legislation.
A renewable energy and energy efficiency fund manager took advantage of benign circumstances to put together a new debt facility.
Rise Capital is entering the Russian market through a strategic agreement with an energy-rich region.
Little known fact? The Treasury is a big owner of assets, including infrastructure, around the UK coast.
Network Rail has forwarded a gallery of images of its ‘beautiful’ London Bridge redevelopment. Commuter praise may not be fulsome.
Could a fresh injection of glamour for the asset class be snatched away?
Infrastructure’s image could be set for an upheaval if a new video game proves a hit.
OPTrust may choose to stay out of the spotlight but it’s not for lack of newsworthy developments. Gavin Ingram tells Kalliope Gourntis how the Canadian pension has built up its infrastructure portfolio, generating double-digit returns and partnering with some of the world’s leading institutional investors in the process
Investors need to be aware of the severe implications of failing to identify and manage risks in certain jurisdictions. Lloyd Firth of WilmerHale guides readers through the minefield
Certain risks in infrastructure projects are well analysed, others less so. Anna Walker and Cvete Koneska of Control Risks urge greater consideration of political, social and regulatory factors
At a time when established renewable technologies are entering the investment mainstream, specialised financiers are striving to retain their edge. The GIB’s Gregor Paterson-Jones and Impax’s Peter Rossbach tell Matthieu Favas how their organisations seek to stay close to the wind.
Has the risk environment for infrastructure investors altered fundamentally? We brought together four experts from the investment, advisory, political and regulatory worlds to consider the evidence, in conversation with Andy Thomson
Investors are beginning to discover the merits of listed infrastructure – both relative to its unlisted cousin and in its own right. Andy Thomson meets with five leading players in the space.