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Preparations for an economic downturn meant the vast majority of EQT’s infrastructure portfolio had been refinanced prior to the crisis, the head of real assets tells us.
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The firm is yet to rule out a bridging fund for Fund IV in tandem with Fund V, which sources say could be launched in the summer.
Managing director Ken Wong talks fund families, paying up for Aussie assets and coronavirus fears.
Stockholm
The fund is about 75% invested after an acquisition from KKR this week, but the firm is now working to ‘ensure sufficient capital is available' to keep investing.
Commitments from two Swedish investors have brought the fund’s value to just under €300m, with an additional €90m from the EIB expected imminently.
The new infra team, led by managing director Anna Sundell, numbers three but is expected to grow to five by the end of the year.
Sustainability, green energy, environment
The objective is to build eNordic into a €3bn holding with a generation capacity of 1.6GW over the next five years.  
In a world where financial investors are hungry for GP minority stakes, why would a firm pursue a public listing?
Stockholm
Polhem Infra’s backers believe it will have a competitive advantage by investing to hold rather than to sell.
Wind power
Similar in strategy to US platform Sky Renewables, the €300m investment aims to build a portfolio focused on wind, solar, hydro and biomass.
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