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Promises of a $1trn plan and a focus on the role of the private sector raised hopes for investors. Will 2018 be another let-down?
While managers continue to raise funds and commit to deals in the country, significant concerns remain bubbling beneath the surface.
With mid-2000s infrastructure funds reaching the end of their lives, a range of exit strategies are being carried out by innovative GPs.
Northill will now only acquire the firm’s UK and US-based businesses in the latest setback for owner Westpac.
As the deadline edges closer, voting for our 2017 awards is heating up across the world. Who will emerge as this year’s winners? You decide.
Macquarie offices
The fund manager is creating the largest investment fund focused on the region, surpassing its previous $2.3bn vehicle.
Tri-Pillar Infrastructure Fund, led by an ex-JLIF co-founder, has postponed fundraising following the breakdown of a deal negotiation.
The eight-strong portfolio based across France, Italy and Spain has been delivering a 10 percent yield per year.
Twenty-nine investors from Europe and the Middle East contributed $2.15bn to the total over the past year-and-a-half.
Concerns over asset renationalisation have pushed the Collective Investment Vehicle to pursue a more global approach to infrastructure.
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