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Fair Market Value Capital Partners, led by Frederic Michel-Verdier, is looking to acquire assets which could form a fund in the longer-term.
The NY-based firm has hired Brookfield Infrastructure’s European head, Jonathan Kelly, to source opportunities in the region for its open-ended BIP fund.
The vehicle’s £1.25bn target is the same figure as the hard-cap of its predecessor fund, which closed in November 2017.
Managing director Ken Wong talks fund families, paying up for Aussie assets and coronavirus fears.
energy efficiency
The Swiss fund manager has already deployed roughly €93m through SEEF II, a fund that could be double the size of its predecessor should it reach its €400m hard-cap.
Richard Braakenburg, who joined the GIG at its inception in 2013, will replace Asif Rafique, who departed SUSI in August 2018.
Stockholm
The fund is about 75% invested after an acquisition from KKR this week, but the firm is now working to ‘ensure sufficient capital is available' to keep investing.
The UK-based manager believes mid-size infrastructure companies ‘have typically not received the full attention of their previous owners’.
Darryl Murphy’s promotion from head of infrastructure debt to the newly created role comes just under three years since his arrival from KPMG.
Virginie Morgon, Eurazeo
Eurazeo chief executive Virginie Morgon says the private equity industry has 'enormous responsibility' to address inequality and the consequences of climate change.
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