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The fifth fund, following on from the November 2019 closing of its predecessor, will for the first time be able to invest outside Europe.
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The new company that currently has a pipeline exceeding 4GW of solar projects in Europe, brings together a commodities and energy trading house, an asset manager and a solar developer.
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The group’s Cero platform combines the ‘best of both worlds’, according to GIG’s head of Europe Ed Northam.
Ian Berry will be joined by former colleagues ‘in the near future’ to establish the business and develop a pipeline of investment opportunities.
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The German asset manager is targeting the same amount on which it closed predecessor fund ESPF4 in October 2019.
The team is looking to fill the void left by managers leaving the European mid-market space, CIO Laurent Chatelin tells us.
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The Canadian manager will list the fund in London and invest in assets it described as ‘the plumbing of the internet’.
The duo are offering a rival bid to the one led by Veolia, which had been preparing a takeover supported by Meridiam.
The Munich-based asset manager has deployed roughly 40% of the infrastructure equity fund – a hybrid vehicle that will invest in other funds, secondaries but also directly via co-investments.
The firm is understood to be in pre-marketing for the two vehicles, having launched its last European fund in 2016 and its Africa fund in 2015.
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