Home Core plus

core plus

The realities of the pandemic should prompt the industry to re-examine the risks it has taken over the past decade.
Global Summit on Demand
Six fund managers take a look back at infrastructure's journey from a nascent asset class to an established strategy, as well as the changes in risk, approach and benefits that have accompanied it.
Troy Rieck, the superfund’s newly appointed CIO, talks fees, an increase in co-investments and debt commitments, and why he ‘doesn’t care’ about the definition of infra – as long as it’s a good investment.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia found just 49% of respondents saw ‘compelling’ investment opportunities in Australia, leading to a growing preference for unregulated and core-plus assets.
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.
Singapore Skyline
The asset manager will target core assets in developing countries and core-plus deals in developed markets.
Macquarie offices
The fund manager’s latest North America-focused vehicle is targeting 10-12 percent net IRRs and a yield of 4-6 percent.
ii
ii

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination