Energy dominated our rankings over the last quarter, giving a jolt to dealflow in Western Europe. Japanese banks led the pack in reaping the spoils, writes Matthieu Favas
The $288bn pension is looking to increase its infrastructure portfolio to $5bn via a total of 10 managers, writes Chase Collum
A year after leaving, three of the original founding members of CapDyn’s clean energy programme have started their own asset manager, reports Jordan Stutts
Berwin Leighton Paisner partners Ilan Freiman and Nigel Ward explore what China’s initiative means for investors and the wider world.
While eschewing direct investments, Future Fund has the in-house capability to be an active co-investor. Wendy Norris tells Matthieu Favas and Bruno Alves what it took to invest A$8bn in infrastructure, why it’s rebalancing some of its portfolio and how the Fund’s distinctive strategy allows it to explore new ground.
Chinese investors are looking for diversification overseas, but regulation, unfamiliar business practices and security concerns are big obstacles, writes Nia Tam.
Infrastructure remains a top priority for the Chinese government, but the focus has changed to China’s second- and third-tier cities, reports Nia Tam.
The European Commission’s Anna Krzyzanowska tells Bruno Alves about how it hopes to crowd in private sector capital for its innovative new fund with the EIB
Renewables amount to 25% of PSP Investments’ infrastructure portfolio. CIO Daniel Garant tells Jordan Stutts why the pension might struggle to increase its clean energy exposure.
While the bi-state agency recently pushed through the largest allocation in its history for major projects, it also demonstrated to the public sector how not to procure infrastructure projects
American fears about the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank have so far proven to be exaggerated
After burning foreign investors in its Gassled gas network with a 90% tariff cut, the Norwegian government has decided it does not want the same fate to befall its $895bn sovereign wealth fund
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Openness, transparency and collaboration are not limited to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign platform, they also feature prominently in his infrastructure plan, which is at the core of his economic agenda. Kalliope Gourntis reports
Canada’s new government is making infrastructure spending a priority to boost the economy. Four industry professionals and Joel Kranc explore how this might affect prospects for private investors
Three years after its founding, La Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional is laying the groundwork for Colombia to grow its PPP programme beyond transportation. Chase Collum reports
Thierry Déau, Meridiam founding partner and chief executive, takes us inside two of the manager’s cutting edge initiatives: its managed lanes projects in Texas and Marseille’s L2 road
Traffic recovery and abundant liquidity are good news for European toll road investors. But ratings agency data points to danger around the corner, reports Matthieu Favas