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The Australian superfund is our highest new entrant this year, thus reflecting the growth of funds Down Under as consolidation accelerates, writes Daniel Kemp
Although the Canadian pension stays put at number one, it certainly isn’t standing still. Its head of infrastructure, Scott Lawrence, tells us about the organisation’s activities during the past year.
Three of the biggest names in our GI 50 ranking are now targeting Indonesia, whereas our top investor sees lack of interest in EMs as an ‘attractive opportunity’.
The third edition of our annual ranking of the 50 biggest institutional infra players grew by $70bn, with seven new entrants.
From inflation implications to post-covid business practices, leading infrastructure investors offer their perspectives.
The criteria by which we assessed this year's Global Investor 50.
We profile new entrants to the ranking of the industry’s biggest investors
The Canadian pension was one of the earlier investors in infrastructure. Managing director Neil King tells us how it has maintained its position at the top of our annual ranking.
The largest investors have committed almost $400bn to the asset class.
GI 50 Sept 2020
The full list of the 50 largest institutional investors in global infrastructure.

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