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The acquisition of Glennmont Partners this week by Nuveen is the sort of deal we should expect more of in the coming years.
Events at the US Capitol last week underscored the president-elect’s mandate to rebuild a fractured America. Investing in infrastructure may be his best bet.
Blackstone and GIP’s interest in airport services firm Signature Aviation, as well as F2i’s acquisition of a private-jet hub in Sardinia, merit a closer look.
Long-awaited and finally released, there are significant opportunities and warning signs for investors to be aware of.
Hydrogen’s time has arrived but if we are to realise its potential, its role in the energy mix and route to success needs enabling.
The government’s launch of a National Infrastructure Bank will only be a positive if it can learn the lessons of the past.
As another investor alliance is created, we should be getting clear roadmaps to action at the point of announcement.
A new asset class targeting ‘durable, high-quality companies with predictable cashflows and based in non-cyclical sectors’ sounds awfully familiar.
If President Trump’s lack of policy still led to green growth, imagine what president-elect Biden’s $2trn green stimulus plan can do, if fully enacted.
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.

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