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Global Renewable Power III, which has so far garnered funds mostly from Europe, will begin deployment next year.
Wind farm Western Australia
The Dutch manager is back in market with the sixth edition of its flagship strategy and its second Core Infrastructure Fund.
The first phase of the Mexico Pacific LNG export terminal, which Tortoise is investing in through a special purpose vehicle with AVAIO, is expected to begin construction next year.
The investment firm has been moving towards this moment since acquiring GE Capital’s energy finance business and hiring an infrastructure debt specialist from Deutsche Bank.
Big Ben London
Louisa Yeoman and Kate Campbell - who had been at AMP Capital since 2012 and 2014, respectively - are understood to be forming their own placement agent.
The Shard London
Nick Spencer joins the London-based infrastructure fund manager following nine years at the placement agent, as Arjun makes several new additions to its team.
The emerging markets specialist, which has raised a suite of energy funds, is targeting investments in power, transmission, generation and distribution assets.
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The strategy, which typically targets returns of 8-12%, will follow the Swiss firm’s 2016 vintage which raised €2.2bn.
The fund is targeting $1.25bn and is expecting a first close between $700m and $900m.
The vehicle is being led by Hong Kong-based Hajir Naghdy, who joined from Macquarie Capital at the end of last year.
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