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The Austrian infrastructure specialist is expanding into development equity and has been looking at hydrogen deals for about a year.
The Canadian firm has already made four seed investments from BID II, which it raised in a little over a year.
Infrastructure debt has seen growing demand from investors in recent years and its defensive characteristics make it perfect for weathering a downturn.
The manager was originally targeting $1.75bn for its second mezzanine fund, expected to reach a final close as early as end of October.
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The majority of the capital – £2.5bn – was raised for separately managed accounts that will invest alongside the blind pool fund in utilities, social and transport infrastructure, as well as renewables.
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The Mumbai-based company said the expiration of the long stop date is the reason the UK-based PE firm will not be acquiring a minority stake in the company.
A model by Singapore’s Clifford Capital is the latest capital recycling practice in Asian infrastructure debt.
Two insurance giants – Dai-ichi Life and Nippon Life – have broadened their infrastructure debt scope from anchor investments in funds to making direct structured loans.
Investing in real assets has become increasingly popular, and debt funds that provide financing for real assets projects are no exception.
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