Home Asia-Pacific

Asia-Pacific

Offshore wind park at daybreak.
The firm is part of a consortium of 20 international and local lenders that will provide project financing for the Macquarie Capital-backed Formosa II.
Indonesia
The development bank hopes the loan will catalyse private capital into the country’s infrastructure sector which faces a gap in excess of $70bn per year.
Brisbane, Queensland
The combined entity would have more than A$180bn of AUM and be larger than the country’s current largest fund, AustralianSuper.
Private-equity head Hideya Sadanaga talks about the challenges of launching the firm’s infrastructure programme, and explains why he’s determined to continue investing despite high prices.
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.
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Following a growth spurt in 2016-17, there are signs the market might be overheating. But demand is expected to remain strong as countries address the challenges. 
Offshore wind park at daybreak.
The transaction marks the energy company’s second investment in a Macquarie Capital-backed offshore wind project in Taiwan.
The Australian fund manager will shortly begin a global search to replace Brett Himbury, who said it has been a ‘privilege’ to lead IFM for more than nine years.
Sydney skyline
The rebranding coincides with the sale of the Australian fund manager to Mitsubishi UFJ, which closed last month.
Brisbane, Queensland
A shorter time frame to completion and the prospect of an extra payment to shareholders helped QIC edge out a rival bid of the same value from OPTrust and Infrastructure Capital.
ii
ii

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination