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Gazprom advisor Andrey Konoplyanik, Columbia University professor Christof Ruhl and Jonathan Stern, a distinguished research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, discuss how the crisis might impact natural gas investing and infra portfolios.
All Chinese investors were essentially classed as sovereign capital by the government last year, sources say, but the stance may be softening in 2021.
Carlyle, BlackRock and Blackstone are among several firms that have condemned the violent riots that took place at the Capitol earlier this week.
Boris Johnson’s extraordinary ‘I am not a communist’ moment will have dashed the hopes of an expectant private sector.
Opposition from within the governing coalition has led to the project being placed on the backburner until after the general election in September.
UBS AM's Alex Leung takes a look at how working from home, social distancing and de-globalisation – should they become permanent – will change infrastructure and opportunities for investment.
Countries are once again assessing FDI restrictions in the wake of the global pandemic, partly to avoid critical infrastructure assets being picked up on the cheap.
Private Equity International’s LP Perspectives Survey quizzed 146 institutional investors to ascertain where they stand on Elizabeth Warren’s proposals.
The pipeline of projects in the country looks good, despite the standstill at federal government level. Claire Coe Smith reports on the role private capital can play.
The fund manager will use its hands-on approach to expand into developing economies, vice-chairman Jim Yong Kim said.
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