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Australian infra head Michael Hanna says the capex spend - 'one of the biggest across the Australian economy over the next decade' - is ‘very appealing’ due to high valuations for core infra.
The $1.6bn project is being jointly developed with Thailand´s Gulf Energy Development, and has been backed by a consortium of 16 lenders.
The NY-based fund manager, which is looking to raise $1.25bn for an India-focused vehicle, is also on the fundraising trail for a $5bn fund targeting brownfield opportunities only, in LatAm and Asia.
The 6% annual returns JPMorgan AM predicts infrastructure equity will generate over the next decade, will ‘offset a lot of the pain that will at some point come’.
The 2019 Infrastructure Investor Hong Kong Summit took place against a backdrop of protests. It’s clear investors are aware of the opportunities that Asia can provide – but many are still wary of the risks involved.
Sustainability, green energy, environment
Pollination will focus solely on energy transition through advisory services it will provide to governments and policy makers and its investment arm, which will seek to raise $4bn.
Representatives from Hyundai Insurance and China Ping An Insurance said proof of a manager’s skill will come during the next downturn.
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.
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