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Brisbane, Queensland
The combined entity would have more than A$180bn of AUM and be larger than the country’s current largest fund, AustralianSuper.
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The Australian government’s decision to block two Chinese bids for Ausgrid drew a line in the sand for the land Down Under. 
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.
Soon-to-be chief investment officer Charles Woodhouse explains why Australia’s second-biggest superannuation fund isn’t interested in asset-class silos.
Auckland, New Zealand
The NZ Infra joint venture will go head-to-head with government entity NZ Transport Agency for the right to act as delivery partner for the multibillion-dollar scheme.
The sale, from its first Public Infrastructure Partners Fund, is expected to generate strong returns in what's seen as a hot PPP market.
Sydney skyline
Unlisted assets, including infrastructure, continued to deliver solid returns for Australian superfunds but returns were down on 2017-18 as listed assets bounced back.
With growing scrutiny of rising debt levels in Australia’s state governments, the stage is set for another round of privatisations.
Right-of-centre coalition’s surprise victory means lower targets for emissions reductions and continued support for coal.
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