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TPG Capital agreed to sell the US company Astound Broadband to Stonepeak and a management business called Patriot Media.
The first transaction comes in the form of a A$130m senior syndicated loan facility, with capital funded via a separate account.
UBS AM's Alex Leung takes a look at how working from home, social distancing and de-globalisation – should they become permanent – will change infrastructure and opportunities for investment.
The firm invested in DR Fortress LLC – a data centre operator in Hawaii – in partnership with the company's management in January.
Healthcare
The bank will target public health infra in developing countries where a lack of clean water makes even hand washing impossible as a preventive measure.
Brookfield has previously identified the sector as its leading deal driver for the next five to 10 years.
The fund manager will use its hands-on approach to expand into developing economies, vice-chairman Jim Yong Kim said.
Indonesia
The development bank hopes the loan will catalyse private capital into the country’s infrastructure sector which faces a gap in excess of $70bn per year.
Brookfield will acquire a portfolio of telecom towers in India, valued at $3.6bn, through an infrastructure investment trust set up by their current owner Reliance Industries.
The assets, valued at $3.6bn, will be acquired through an infrastructure investment trust set up by owner Reliance Industries.
Telecommunications
The firm is set to close a deal to move one asset from its $7bn 2012-vintage Tactical Opportunities Fund into a continuation vehicle.
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