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The Italian investment firm holds a first close on its fifth fund.
Port of Barry
Norway’s largest pension hopes other pension funds will commit to the new vehicle, which will invest in loans with tenors as long as 20 years.
Despite a slow start, head of Asia Wymen Chan remains confident the fund’s first close will help lift the fundraising pace on its $250m target.
Solar panels
About 60%-70% of the fund has already been committed, with Omnes having seen a growth in solar development in northern Europe.
IIG is aiming to provide clean energy infrastructure developers a more nuanced approach to lending options than that offered by traditional lenders.
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 London-listed digital infrastructure fund has a pipeline valued at over £800m, targeting assets in Europe and North America.
Growth investing
The $91bn Brookfield Infrastructure Group plans to seed capital to support a third-party fundraise.
The Madrid-based firm has also made its first investment through Fund II, acquiring a controlling stake in Spanish community solar developer Barter Energy.

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