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IST3 Infrastruktur Global has now made 18 investments since its launch four years ago, including both direct and fund deployments.
The firm will invest 20% of the new vehicle outside Europe, strongly targeting the US, where it is exploring the possibility of raising a dedicated fund.
The investment firm could reach up to 150 hires by the end of the year to match its anticipated AUM growth for the year.
With 60% of GIO II already invested, the insurance group is looking to fully deploy the vehicle within the next year and build a portfolio of 10 to 12 assets.
The Swiss fund manager will partner with local developer CWP Renewables in the project, which will combine wind, solar and energy storage assets.
Vittorio Lacagnina will join the Swiss firm in June after spending more than three years at the Australian fund manager and establishing its NY office.
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