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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.
The consortium, which also includes Swiss Life, purchased the stake from Macquarie for an undisclosed sum. QIC will hold part of its stake in its global infrastructure fund.
The country’s investors are expanding overseas, with Europe attractive from a currency perspective. But they want GPs who put in the effort and come with the right products.
Too much money entering the market is now the number one investor concern, according to the San Francisco-based placement agent. We bring you seven slides showing the rise of value-added funds.
While interest in the region increases, investable opportunities may become hard to identify due to risk profiles and mandate restrictions, according to a new survey.
The outpost will focus on investor relations, especially infrastructure client service, it is understood.
The country’s insurance companies and banks make ‘successful’ $90m issuance, which will finance Energy Development Corporation’s capex programme.
Two of the world’s largest savings pools – Japan Post Insurance and Korea Post – are leading the way, as a host of Asian investors eye the asset class, attendees at our Seoul and Tokyo summits heard.
Brownfield refinancing products and credit-enhanced greenfield structures are likely to prove attractive to institutions as the regional market matures, says Moody’s.
The Hong Kong-listed fund manager is working on reaching a $700m third close and completing its third investment within the next two months.
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