With 10 funds raising a total of $22.3 billion between January and April, 2019 is already outpacing 2018, when $18.78 billion was raised during the same period.
Portfolio diversification, co-investment and how to get the right returns across equity and debt were some of the most-discussed topics at our two summits, as Eduard Fernández and Daniel Kemp report
The region needs a long-term instrument to refinance mini-perms. But, as Victoria Mesquita Wlazlo of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius argues, its capital markets must deepen if project bonds are to be effective.
With the government missing in action this week, industry leaders were left to talk among themselves on what’s next for private finance
Partners Group’s Esther Peiner and EDHECinfra’s Frédéric Blanc-Brude give their views on the impact of environmental, sustainability and governance measures on infrastructure investment
The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund’s managing director, Sujoy Bose, explains to Eduard Fernández how the government-backed GP expects to lure investors
Countries such as India, China, Japan and South Korea are aiming to attract private capital to the midstream and downstream space. But, challenges remain in some markets.
Fund managers are increasingly looking to buy assets such as aircraft and home heating systems. We find out under which circumstances these investments make sense and whether asset leasing is ready to take off
China’s recent efforts to reduce its economy’s addiction to debt have brought more infrastructure assets to market and slowed down domestic competition, several analysts and investors say.
Four industry participants tell us how last year’s volatility tested the asset class in all the right ways, highlight their advantage over generalists and explain why strategy drift is not an issue.