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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the move should not be seen as an ‘adverse reflection’ on CK Group and that Australia still welcomes foreign investment that is not ‘contrary to our national interest’.
While stricter regulations surrounding foreign investment in infrastructure have coincided with a rise in populism around the world, we find the root causes lie elsewhere.
Private equity managers and their LPs could stand to lose from government intervention on foreign direct investment.
The deal would see CKI sell a number of APA’s assets in Western Australia but is still subject to Foreign Investment Review Board approval.
Panellists at the Belt and Road Summit in Hong Kong addressed the risks associated with China’s landmark initiative, sounding the alarm over opportunistic behaviour, unsustainable debt and ignoring ESG factors.
Right now, the 'One Belt One Road' initiative is mostly benefitting Chinese investors. Whether it will seed a bigger boom, capable of attracting a substantial amount of non-Chinese private capital is an open question. Nia Tam investigates.
A Cbus-First State Super partnership will take on a MIRA-Sunsuper bid for the state’s land title business.
The manager’s Community Infrastructure Fund has acquired the remaining 50 percent it did not already own of Riverland Water, a company in which it first invested in 1996.
CGN Private Equity is getting 20%-plus returns from operating renewable assets, but CEO Raymond Fung warns there’s only a five-to-seven-year window before these assets get commoditised and Chinese capital catches on to the opportunity.
The Chinese fund manager is acquiring Boreal Group, which saw EBITDA growth of 285% during Cube’s seven-year ownership.
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