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Increasing connectivity between banks and investors can solve the urgent need for capital, increase private capital participation and create a thriving secondary market for infrastructure debt, say Pontoro’s Antonio Vitti and Bob Dewing
The A$125bn superfund is trying to take fibre provider OptiComm private in a A$675m deal that follows three infrastructure investing themes quite closely.
The fibre company has a growing presence in Europe and is also the largest active operator in South Africa.
Covid-19 and social unrest following the murder of George Floyd have highlighted the lack of investment in underserved communities, Epiphany Community Holdings’ founders tell Infrastructure Investor.
UBS AM's Alex Leung takes a look at how working from home, social distancing and de-globalisation – should they become permanent – will change infrastructure and opportunities for investment.

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