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Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
With ever-increasing scrutiny of corporate behaviour and calls for greater diversity, the industry is grappling with how to invest responsibly. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Following a growth spurt in 2016-17, there are signs the market might be overheating. But demand is expected to remain strong as countries address the challenges. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
GIP closed the largest-ever unlisted infrastructure vehicle on $15.8bn, thus foreshadowing the following year’s record fundraising. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The Australian government’s decision to block two Chinese bids for Ausgrid drew a line in the sand for the land Down Under. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Having ‘emerged’ in 2015, infrastructure’s mid-market is now thriving. But this brings its own challenges. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Mexico’s 2014 energy reforms were historic, but the aftermath demonstrated the hand of politics in infrastructure. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The European renewables subsidy flip-flops earlier in the decade foreshadowed a market transition that is now playing out in full. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
CalSTRS’ $500m commitment to IFM Investors was 2012’s largest allocation to an infra vehicle and offered a taste of the fundraising heights to come. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The former Allianz Capital Partners CEO’s prediction of growing public opposition to private ownership of infrastructure was spot on, though he might have been surprised at the extent to which he’d be proved right. 
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Blackstone’s modest $200m first close in 2010 was vastly overshadowed by the $14bn it raised for its relaunched vehicle in 2019. Now KKR, Carlyle and Apollo are also eyeing the asset class hungrily. 
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