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Energy transition: valuing Australian renewables

The country’s renewables sector offers potential for above-average returns, but this high-growth story is not without risks. Megan Raynal, Australian infrastructure and renewables valuation specialist, reports

GrainCorp sells Australian bulk liquid terminals for A$350m

Long-Term Asset Partner’s mysterious bid for 100% of GrainCorp faces a May 10 deadline after sale of liquid terminals to ANZ Terminals, owned by several infra fund managers.

II Awards 2018: Asia-Pacific winners

Equis, Macquarie and Palisade were among those winning titles in Asia-Pacific

AMP Capital appoints Australia MD as it ‘resets and refocuses’ domestically

Marsha Beck starts immediately in the newly-created role, with AMP Capital’s strong performance in 2018 offsetting a torrid year for the fund manager’s parent group.

Year in Review: Renewables break through government inaction

Despite governments in countries such as the US and Australia failing to encourage clean energy investment, the sector has boomed. Is it finally coming of age?

Australia’s inconsistent interventions could have severe consequences

The country’s regulators have stepped in again to criticise privatisation processes – but singling out private investors while governments escape censure is bad for everyone.

DIF and Macquarie Capital commit $196m to Australia’s first ‘large-scale’ EfW project

The two investors are sharing the equity on a 60-40 split for the 36MW facility south of Perth.

Eight trends that may affect Australian port valuations

From trade wars to population growth, Maven Libera director Megan Raynal tells investors what to watch out for.

Asset types should be driving open-ended funds, but geography still rules

The demand for these structures has grown globally over the past 20 years. But will their popularity ever really take off outside Australia?
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