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KKR, Macquarie and CPPIB among panel to advise on post-Brexit infra

The 20-person panel, which also includes figures from LGIM and Aviva Investors, will advise the UK government on private investment without the EIB.

Goodbye Libor, hello uncertainty

Libor has underpinned financial products for decades. But it could be phased out in less than three years, with huge implications for private debt lenders.
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Private sector steps in after Mexico cancels public power auction

Bravos Energia is planning to hold a private long-term power auction after the Mexican government cancelled its own in January.
Direct investing

The price of direct investing

Going direct is well-suited to infrastructure. But anyone looking to do it will have to tackle tough questions around compensation and transparency.
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Policy inaction is ‘undermining’ energy investment in Australia – report

Industry Super Australia said that its members ‘stand ready to help’ with the transition to renewable energy but called on the government to do more to help create the right conditions for investment.

Australian election result points to continued inaction on energy policy

Right-of-centre coalition’s surprise victory means lower targets for emissions reductions and continued support for coal.

China’s deleveraging creates opportunity for foreign capital

China’s recent efforts to reduce its economy’s addiction to debt have brought more infrastructure assets to market and slowed down domestic competition, several analysts and investors say.

Labour reveals first details of energy nationalisation plans

The proposals, which Labour says will begin ‘immediately’, are ‘the last thing that is needed’, according to National Grid.

New York State opens doors to $1bn of renewables investment

Administration’s third solicitation is smaller than the previous two, which awarded $2.9bn in contracts and resulted in $7bn of investment in clean energy.

UK needs a new of way of doing infra

With the government missing in action this week, industry leaders were left to talk among themselves on what’s next for private finance
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