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The new firm, in which Oaktree will retain a 25% stake, will target mid-market investments across the North American transport sector at a time that is ‘really interesting’, its co-CEO Emmett McCann tells us in an exclusive interview.
Stylised head shot of ASFA CEO Mary Delahunty
Regulators must provide a supportive environment for funds to make independent investment decisions that can support the country’s economy, says Mary Delahunty, CEO of one of Australia’s largest lobby groups for superfunds.
Solar panels
Once just regarded as small rooftop solar assets, the distributed generation sector is becoming the target of infrastructure funds in the US. We find out why.
Renewables
Unlike its predecessor funds, which targeted either a single technology or single country, it is understood the new fund will invest across technologies and across the EU.
The Japan University Fund will build on the experience of managing director Tadasu Matsuo to invest in infra and other alts without the need for gatekeepers.
Square melting ice cubes on wet table
Two recent cold chain logistics deals highlights the trend for investors looking for cooler infrastructure assets
Global ports are embracing the transition to net zero, and private investments are propping up everything from stronger quays to the bunkering of e-fuels.
A row of Porter Airlines' De Havilland Dash 8 planes
QIC Infrastructure Debt Fund II is a 10-year closed-end fund aiming to hold a first close before the end of 2024.
The industry has a mixed reaction to the US energy regulator’s update to a 2011 measure that ultimately underwhelmed.
Copenhagen
Storebrand paid $31m for an extra 50% of AIP Management, with senior execs from both firms walking us through the deal’s rationale.
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