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Cyril Cabanes, CDPQ’s head of infrastructure in Asia-Pacific, explains why the pension fund prefers to go direct, the risks in the region and how APAC markets are evolving.
The region has become a cornerstone of the firm’s infrastructure strategies, contributing to its $3.2bn jump in assets under management over the past three years.
Investments in water and wastewater management are what institutional investors that responded to a Bright Harbor Advisors survey said they are most interested in when seeking exposure to sustainable alternative assets. Bright Harbor, a New York-based placement agent, found that 81 percent of LP respondents have already added a sustainability, impact or ESG (environment, social, […]
The C$153bn Canadian pension will open its first office in Asia next year and plans to build a broader portfolio of managers in the region.
Brookfield Infrastructure pointed to key investments in energy assets and data centres during its third-quarter earnings call as a hint to where the company is most likely to deploy capital in the coming decade. Sam Pollock, chief executive of the listed infrastructure subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management, said it will be “an even battle” between […]
Without a clear definition of what it is and what it can offer investors, the infrastructure sector does itself a disservice, argues Sarah Tame, associate director at EDHEC Infrastructure Institute.
The €23bn Danish pension's director of private investments, Kasper Struve, is comfortable with such investments so long as they pass the ‘infrastructure test’.
CIO Sam Sicilia says the superannuation fund will consider non-core and infra-like assets, but only on a case-by-case basis.
CIO Jang Dong-hun is concerned these investments might prove harder to exit, expresses a preference for publicly regulated assets and recalls a bad experience with crematoriums in Korea.
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