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The consortium behind ADNOC's Gas Pipeline assets deal picked up two awards for the transaction.
A survey conducted by JPMorgan Asset Management shows Europe places the most importance on ESG considerations during investment, followed by Australia.
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Part of the funds will go towards the $2bn the firm is looking to invest in renewables and waste infrastructure in APAC over the next two years.
A Global Infrastructure Partners-led consortium’s $10.1 billion purchase of a 49 percent stake in 38 gas pipelines in the UAE easily stands as 2020’s largest infrastructure deal to date.
The UAE pipelines purchase – one of the largest deals of the year – brings GIP III close to full deployment, as the fund suffers the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
As governments consider how to lift lockdowns around the world, BlackRock is targeting an energy sector rebound after closing its largest alternatives vehicle yet.
Commitments for co-investments and SMAs outpaced capital raised for ECP IV due to the large cheque sizes Asian and Middle Eastern LPs contributed to the fund.
The investment by the Singaporean SWF brings the total invested in the pipelines by the trio and an Abu Dhabi pension to $4.9bn.
Mustafa Abdel-Wadood admitted to racketeering and fraud, and has agreed to co-operate with the US probe on the fallen emerging markets firm.
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Barrister Hugo Keith QC says the US government's case is politically motivated due to the threat Abraaj Group and Arif Naqvi represent to US interests.
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