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This is the second best first-half performance since 2012, with an extra $9bn raised compared with last year – discounting GIP III – as fund sizes continue to grow.
From unlisted fundraising, to installed capacity, to some recent landmark deals, we bring you some key energy transition stats.
Our interactive analysis breaks fundraising down by strategy, sector, fund size and region, among others, with the report downloadable as a PDF file. Plus, don't miss our interview with Hostplus head of infrastructure Jordan Kraiten.
Asia’s economic outlook remains strong – 6% GDP growth is expected in 2018 – and the region is well positioned to withstand any external shocks, the Asian Development Bank finds in its latest annual report.
With our preliminary figures showing just over $10bn raised, the first quarter of the year is a far cry from the $31bn closed in Q1 2017 - even discounting GIP III's record haul.
Over 450 LPs are set to attend our flagship event, starting tomorrow in Berlin. We polled a selection to find out how they're allocating to infra, what strategies are catching their eye and what concerns them the most about the asset class.
It is seven years since the devastating nuclear disaster, which forced the country to embrace more renewables. We look at what shape that transformation has taken.
Infrastructure’s one-year return is comparable with private equity for Alaska Permanent Fund’s $64.5bn portfolio.
Our interactive analysis breaks fundraising down by strategy, sector, fund size and region, among others, with all the data downloadable as an Excel file. Plus, don't miss our interview with Hyun-Chan Cho, the IFC's regional industry head for infrastructure, Asia-Pacific.
This LP profile made almost 950 commitments to various private vehicles last year.
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