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Antin Infrastructure Partners Mid Cap I, which began fundraising at the beginning of this year, was originally targeting €1.5bn.
A first close is planned by the end of the year, with the vehicle targeting higher-returning assets than its recently launched London-listed fund.
Five investments have already been made from its second core vehicle, with US and Canadian opportunities increasing since the first vintage.
The Europe-focused energy transition vehicle has shifted its length to 10 years from its predecessor's 20.
The fund is more than two-thirds to its €700m target and has already agreed or committed to investments in three European funds.
Jim Barry, who previously helmed the unit in addition to being global CIO at BlackRock Alternative Investors, will now focus on the latter role.
The vehicle will continue its predecessor's mid-market strategy of investing in energy transition, telecoms and public transport.
Final commitments to the firm’s latest energy fund will put the fundraising total above a $4bn target and at or near its hard-cap.
The manager is almost halfway to its €450m target, having raised €336m for its first infrastructure co-investment vehicle in late 2018.
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The German asset manager is targeting the same amount on which it closed predecessor fund ESPF4 in October 2019.

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