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UK pension group makes double infra hire

LPP, the manager of the GLIL Infrastructure vehicle, has now made four additions to its infrastructure team this year.

Going direct? Here are three things to bear in mind

You can save on fees, but these programmes certainly aren’t without cost. And if you’re not ready to go all in, it’s best to stick to funds and co-investing.

Infra leads real assets returns at CPPIB

The Canadian pension said it would continue its large-scale core infrastructure strategies as investors seek ‘higher risk’ assets.

UK pension seeks fee discounts before committing to new UBS fund

The Swiss manager is seeking up to $1.5bn for its first infrastructure equity vehicle since 2015.

GIP mandate leads CalPERS’ $1.5bn infra allocation

The US’s largest public pension made commitments to GIP and JPMorgan, committing capital equal to around a third of its current infrastructure portfolio.

OPERF ups alternatives target to 15%

The latest move marks the third time the $75bn pension fund has increased its alternatives allocation target since launching the strategy in 2011.

UK’s Brent Pension Fund commits £50m to Stepstone-managed infra vehicle

Stepstone-managed vehicle is looking to raise capital from up to 32 London-based pension funds for its UK-focused fund.

Finnish pension trio to plug €300m into renewables platform

New company has already deployed €90m, acquiring three operational wind farms with a combined capacity of 63MW.

Equip Super and Catholic Super announce merger to create A$26bn fund

The funds will maintain their individual brand identities but pool administration and investment resources under the deal.

What OMERS learnt managing third-party capital

With C$18bn in the asset class, head of infrastructure Ralph Berg says that partnering with some of the world’s most sophisticated institutions is ‘now a core pillar’ of the pension’s strategy.
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