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The energy transition-focused fund manager has deployed roughly 60% of Infragreen IV and plans to launch Fund V, for which it will link carried interest to ESG objectives, next spring.
The $4.2bn deployed over two decades in the Chesapeake Bay could provide lessons for investors and policymakers as the need for a private capital injection looms large.
The sale attracted interest from a wide range of buyers globally, illustrating how large the pool of potential buyers for large-scale ag assets has become.
Vertical farming
The infrastructure sector is at an inflection point, with covid-19 being the catalyst of enormous dynamic change. The impact on certain sub-sectors, such as transport, has been particularly severe, with permanent destruction of demand. In others, such as utilities and grids, there is a growing trend of consumers putting pressure on regulators to reduce rates […]
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The Impact Alternatives Fund will invest up to 30% of its capital in renewables across both IIG and externally-managed funds.
Principal Ryan Ramsey says a similar focus on low correlation, capital preservation and specialised management of long lived, capital-intensive assets is part of what makes ag 'ripe for institutional investment.'
Troy Rieck, the superfund’s newly appointed CIO, talks fees, an increase in co-investments and debt commitments, and why he ‘doesn’t care’ about the definition of infra – as long as it’s a good investment.
The Australian fund saw the value of its infrastructure portfolio rise even as it fell as a percentage of total AUM due to disposals of illiquid overseas assets including Gatwick Airport.
The greenhouses will be heated by waste heat from nearby water treatment facilities and result in a 75% carbon footprint reduction.
Long-Term Asset Partner’s mysterious bid for 100% of GrainCorp faces a May 10 deadline after sale of liquid terminals to ANZ Terminals, owned by several infra fund managers.

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