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While interest in the region increases, investable opportunities may become hard to identify due to risk profiles and mandate restrictions, according to a new survey.
The world’s largest pension pledges to keep building its alternatives portfolio – mostly made up of infrastructure at the moment – at a ‘stable pace’, as it eyes a 5% target.
The $199bn retirement fund is looking globally to boost its infrastructure and real estate exposure to 10 percent, up from 4.06 percent currently.
In its annual report, Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth fund says the outlook for infrastructure asset valuations will be less certain in 2018, given political factors and policy considerations.
As head of the group’s newly established infrastructure business, Grant Dooley is planning to build a five-strong core team in the short term and launch its maiden vehicle this year.
Over 450 LPs are set to attend our flagship event, starting tomorrow in Berlin. We polled a selection to find out how they're allocating to infra, what strategies are catching their eye and what concerns them the most about the asset class.
This LP profile made almost 950 commitments to various private vehicles last year.
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BlackRock's Eric Wu believes Asian investors will become major global players in two to three years' time. Hear more from Manulife Capital, GMR, the Japan Fund for Information and Communication Technology and others in our two-minute video recap from last year's Hong Kong Summit.
A survey by the asset manager shows institutional investors intend to reallocate to private markets, with interest in active management strategies to help mitigate market risks.
Twenty-nine investors from Europe and the Middle East contributed $2.15bn to the total over the past year-and-a-half.
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