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The US-based firm ended 2020 with more than $9bn committed to its latest flagship fund and nearly $1bn committed to a new emerging markets vehicle.
Investors are looking favourably again at South America’s largest market, just as it restarts its power auctions and seeks to attract foreign capital for the sector.
As US firms seek to shorten their supply chains, we examine the possibilities for investment in US-Mexico trade infrastructure.
Solar panels, photovoltaic - alternative electricity source
The new platform, which builds on IFM and Trafigura’s existing Impala Terminals business, could deploy $2bn in renewable energy generation.
As the South American country battles covid-19, investment officials make the case that long-term infrastructure investments will outlast the short-term impact of the pandemic.
The firm’s latest energy fund is targeting $4bn and is a continuation of a strategy focused on building platform companies managing energy-related infrastructure assets.
Deal of the year and renewables deal of the year on the continent.
Sunset on solar panels in a village
The energy-focused vehicle will have a similar strategy to the firm’s previous fund, which is now fully invested.
container terminal
Firms are showing that capitalising on bad trade news today could lead to valuable dividends in the future.
Telecommunications
The firm's acquisition of Highline is its first in Brazil, a market Digital Colony believes will experience exponential growth in digital infra.
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