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Infrastructure debt has ESG in its sights

Vehicles operating in the space are increasingly targeting sustainable projects due to LP demand and goals set by the United Nations.

VIDEO: ‘UK private sector to be more involved in refinancing’

Nicky Morgan MP, chair of the Treasury Select Committee, offers thoughts on the future of private finance in the UK, Brexit and gender diversity.

European Court of Justice delivers ‘very damaging’ verdict for UK storage projects

The nation’s capacity market auctions have been ruled illegal state aid, throwing several gas and battery storage projects into doubt.

Gresham House targets $129m storage fund deployment in six months

The UK fund manager could come back to market next year to raise further funds after falling short of its $257m target.

SEP fund earns ‘significant’ return with UK gas sale to Arjun

The sale of Indigo Pipelines is the first exit from Scottish Equity Partners’ Environmental Capital Fund, which raised $176m in 2014, targeting a 14% IRR.

PFI is dead, long live… what?

Even if the framework’s demise was very much Chronicle of a Death Foretold, to have it stated as a matter of government policy still packs a punch.

PIP becomes sole investor in Scottish PFI-style hospital

Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary operates under Scotland’s Non-Profit Distributing model, an adaptation of the UK’s PFI scheme which was abolished this week.

UK abolishes PFI as ‘days of the public sector being a pushover’ end

Chancellor Philip Hammond insisted present contracts will be honoured but vowed to never again sign a PFI or PF2 project.

Antin and Goldman pledge further $3.2bn for UK fibre rollout

The investment programme comes six months after the pair moved to take CityFibre private in a $694.5m deal.

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