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AMP Capital’s Community Infrastructure Fund acquires 50% stake in Perth stadium

The Sydney-based fund manager said the venue in Western Australia has the characteristics of an infrastructure asset, with ‘secure and predictable’ revenues.

Willis Towers Watson expands FoF strategy with new fund launch

Following the success of its sterling-denominated fund that has raised £1bn to date, the London-based firm is launching a similar vehicle that will be available to the broader European market.

ANALYSIS: Healthcare investing is ‘not for the faint-hearted’

An ageing population coupled with government budgetary constraints provide strong fundamentals. But while infra investors might be better custodians than PE, we find they should do a thorough check-up before diving in.

AMP Capital secures 40-year Melbourne student accommodation deal worth $217m

The firm is targeting more deals in the sector, to which it is aiming to commit 20%-25% of its Diversified Infrastructure Trust.

AMP Capital focuses on social infra with new hire

The Sydney-based fund manager has appointed Plenary Group’s Daniel Pilbrow as it seeks to capitalise on opportunities in the healthcare sector resulting from demographic changes.

Morrison & Co launches $745m Growth Infra Fund with sustainability focus

Clean Energy Finance Corporation makes $112m commitment to the new closed-ended fund that will target ‘high-growth’ assets.

Is student housing showing signs of distress?

The alternative real estate sector has seen a flood of new entrants and increased supply.

WATCH: Healthcare ‘can have very high reputational risk’

With expenditure growing from 12% to 20% of global GDP, AMP Capital global head of infrastructure health Julie-Anne Mizzi is bullish on the sector, but warns it's not without challenges.

First State Super to double infra allocation

The Australian superfund will be more flexible as it looks to increase its exposure to infrastructure assets from 3 percent currently.

Infranode and DIF invest in Norway’s social infra

The pair are acquiring a portfolio of care homes, rehabilitation centres and pre-school facilities in a milestone deal for both in the sector.
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