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CIO tells Infrastructure Investor it wants to grow its exposure to the asset class from 5% to 10% of its AUM within five years.
The $9bn pension wants to invest in funds that provide more adequate liquidity protections in the event of an emergency, according to CIO Jang Dong-hun.
Following a tsunami of senior executive changes at Korea’s National Pension Service, we examine how this has affected business.
Acting chief investment officer Cho In-sik has said he will quit the National Pension Service of Korea, amid a second round of recruitment for its CIO.
Platform Partners says the $1.9bn Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund’s levies have amounted to 32% of shareholder distributions since 2006.
The first fund of this type has invested mainly in BB and BBB- rated loans for projects in the US and Europe.
The Korean pension-led PE fund is teaming up with KEPCO, Korea’s state-owned utility, once again, this time adding three US solar assets to their joint portfolio.
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