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Transmission mega-projects in Africa are gaining attention but regulatory reforms are needed to entice investors.
Final commitments to the firm’s latest energy fund will put the fundraising total above a $4bn target and at or near its hard-cap.
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The firm is understood to be in pre-marketing for the two vehicles, having launched its last European fund in 2016 and its Africa fund in 2015.
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The firm’s latest energy fund is targeting $4bn and is a continuation of a strategy focused on building platform companies managing energy-related infrastructure assets.
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The energy-focused vehicle will have a similar strategy to the firm’s previous fund, which is now fully invested.

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