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A ‘narrow path’ provokes tighter focus on scale and tech selection.
Investment in infrastructure that benefits society is gaining momentum, but the sector still faces challenges.
The energy transition represents a sizable opportunity for private investors, but support is needed across markets if global goals are to be achieved.
The resiliency of infrastructure debt and growing demand drivers are leading to the sector’s golden age, according to our panel.
wind and solar
The asset manager’s second transition fund, which on Monday reached a $10bn first close, has a ‘robust pipeline’ and could invest in sub-sectors BGTF I hasn’t, Jehangir Vevaina tells us.
LP Perspectives Study 2024 ESG analysis
Climate remains a top priority for many investors, but an ESG backlash in some regions of the US has made the issue increasingly complex for GPs to navigate.
Renewables assets are among the most important now – and platform investments have proved to be a popular way to access them in Asia-Pacific.
AustralianSuper scuppered Brookfield and EIG’s bid, putting the spotlight on who’s best placed to decarbonise the firm.
Building bridges connection
Infrastructure can help create a more inclusive and equitable society.
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