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The ranking is based on the amount of infrastructure direct investment capital raised by firms between 1 January 2014 and 31 August 2019. Where two firms have raised the same amount of capital over this period, the higher rank goes to the one with the largest active pool of capital raised since 2014 (the biggest […]
As infrastructure debt continues its steady growth, fundraising among the asset class’s most elite firms nears $60bn.
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The fifth in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
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The fourth in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
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The third in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
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The second in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
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The first in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
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The final in our six-part countdown of the II 50, ranking the infrastructure asset class's top managers.
Fundraising among the firms that feature in infrastructure’s most elite ranking has grown by 23% to a whopping $378bn. You now need almost $2bn to make it into the II 50 and more than $55.5bn if you want to dethrone MIRA from the top spot.
Too much money entering the market is now the number one investor concern, according to the San Francisco-based placement agent. We bring you seven slides showing the rise of value-added funds.
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