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MIRA trains sights on Central/Eastern Europe with new hire

The fund manager has tapped Martin Gebauer, a CEO of one of its portfolio companies, to head its new Central and Eastern European business.

How Tommaso Albanese is re-aligning UBS

The head of infrastructure has been in the driving seat for two years, trying to bring the asset manager closer to its investors. Halfway to its $10bn AUM target, we find out how he’s doing.

AMP Capital eyes direct investments with launch of new team

The Australian firm’s head of infrastructure equity for the Americas, Dylan Foo, will lead the new initiative while continuing in his current role.

ANALYSIS: Healthcare investing is ‘not for the faint-hearted’

An ageing population coupled with government budgetary constraints provide strong fundamentals. But while infra investors might be better custodians than PE, we find they should do a thorough check-up before diving in.
Cannes, France - July 3, 2017: A view of the Vieux Port, the Old Port of Cannes, and Le Suquet district, the old town, in the background

StepStone Europe head: responsible investment is ‘challenge of the future’

The next generation of investors are increasingly interested in how returns are made, rather than just how big they are, partner David Jeffrey tells the IPEM conference in Cannes.

MEAG eyes €500m for infrastructure debt fund

The asset management arm of Munich Re and ERGO Group has already collected €200m in a first close for the new fund.

London court to hear IFM Investors sexual harassment case this week

A former analyst in the manager’s European infra team is bringing charges against the firm and one of its European executive directors.

2018 awards: Last day to vote!

With a deadline of midnight PST tonight, time is fast running out to make your opinion count in the 10th edition of our annual awards.

UBS closes debt fund on €1bn hard-cap – exclusive

Archmore Infrastructure Debt Platform II is almost double the size of its predecessor and is 20% invested.

L&G injects up to €100m into NTR’s second fund alongside new investors

The Irish group has so far secured €229m for the latest vehicle, which has a broader strategy than its predecessor including wind, solar and storage projects across Europe.

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