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LP Perspectives Study 2024 co-investment analysis
LPs are inundated with co-investment opportunities as GPs seek to eke out capital in a tough fundraising environment.
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Associate partner Peter Sjøntoft reflects on Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners strategy for India after reaching a major milestone in its partnership with developer Viviid Renewables.
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Adam Lygoe, head of Institutional and International Wealth Distribution, sees more LP ‘allocations continuing to come online in the infra space’.
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The new Growth Markets Fund II is targeting renewables investments in high-growth middle-income markets, with PensionDanmark its first LP.
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Its fifth flagship amassed an additional $2bn in co-investment capital, as Brookfield launches a new Catalytic Transition Fund at COP28.
The commitment will give Rest exposure to Quinbrook-managed assets including the Supernode green data centre and will help it meet its net-zero fund targets.
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Adding more than 30 new institutional LPs to its client base, Qualitas closes Q-Energy V on €2.4bn, making it Spain's largest private capital fund to date.
Macquarie will seed a new core renewable energy fund with some of its $2bn portfolio of assets, as exits slow.
We asked nine experts, 'In what way has the asset class evolved in the past 10 years that you found surprising?'. Here's what they said.
Infrastructure investing is now mainstream, with GPs and LPs investing in a wide range of strategies – many of which would not have been considered infrastructure 15 years ago. How has the sector changed? And will it continue on its growth trajectory? We find out.
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