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The fund manager scaled back its final close ambitions from A$1bn due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The four plants the Singapore-based developer intends to build are part of its plan to invest $2bn in infrastructure in Asia-Pacific over the next two years.
The firm has acquired the second stage of the Murra Warra wind farm project from RES and Macquarie Capital's GIG after buying the first stage of the project in 2018.
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Superannuation members will know have until 31 December to withdraw A$10,000 from their accounts, extended from the previous deadline of 24 September.
The firm has made Patrick Trears its new global head of infrastructure debt, as four senior executives depart in the wake of Boe Pahari’s appointment as CEO in June.
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The global fund manager is targeting 8-12% net returns for what is shaping up to be its largest infrastructure fund yet.
The deal marks the first time a stake in TransGrid has been sold since it was privatised in 2015 on a 99-year lease for A$10.3bn.
The nascent digital infrastructure sector needs customers committed to long-term contracts, to de-risk new technology, and provide capital for new projects where governments can’t.
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.
‘The country holds powerful potential’, the firm’s head of Asia-Pacific infra David Luboff said, citing its sizable population and ‘attractive PPP framework’.
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