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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.
Brookfield Asset Management will hold its stake in its fourth infrastructure fund while Infratil will undertake an equity raising to help finance its investment.
Madrid Spain
Acquisition of 11 data centres follows the Spanish firm’s recent launch of a renewables platform and marks the third investment through its debut fund.
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