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Scott Farquhar, Mike Cannon-Brookes and Andrew Forrest are investing directly in renewables, signalling a new approach among the wealthiest.
The project, closed last month, was nearing financial close at the beginning of 2020. Then, the pandemic struck and the risk structure was overhauled.
The fund, which is targeting up to $2bn, received a $250m commitment from the Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System earlier this year.
Mining in Australia
Under new leadership, Australian GPs and LPs are allocating more capital towards strategies and companies that could reduce the country’s carbon emissions.
Nuclear and renewables grab attention, Stonepeak adds MD to London office and KKR re-enters UK water sector. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
Telecommunications
With the telco towers deal likely to be the last of its kind across Australia and New Zealand, fibre opportunities in the region could be targeted next, InfraRed Capital Partners’ Sven Stubiçan says.
Victory Hill’s managing partner and co-CIO Richard Lum calls for greater geographical and technological diversification, explains why nuclear is not the answer to climate change and what he would like COP27 to achieve.
Andrew Claerhout joins the $650bn sovereign wealth fund after it raised its allocation to PE up to 10%, per its latest annual report.
The open-ended Blackstone Infrastructure Partners now has total commitments of $30bn, edging closer to its initial target of $40bn.
Managing director Peter Johnston says the first close was backed by traditional real estate investors looking for an alternative to residential property.
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