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New commitments from institutional investors have driven the renewables-focused asset manager closer to its €1.1bn target.
Europe’s ‘largest private project’ could still face legal challenges, including one backed by London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan.
The Dorset fund questioned whether Hermes has an exit strategy if regulated assets in the country are taken public.
Kit Hamilton and Tim Humphrey will serve as co-heads of the infrastructure debt platform as MIDIS’s co-founders James Wilson and Andrew Robertson step down but ‘remain closely involved’ in the business.
Shane Swords will lead efforts to source institutional capital, as the group drives forward its electric vehicle infra plans.
The global asset manager makes four appointments including former Hastings executive Heiko Schupp, who will lead the firm’s new infrastructure strategy.
Swiss Life and Semperian PPP have also joined the ticket to buy Cory Riverside, planning a new solar, waste, storage and heating plant in London.
RM Funds is launching an open-ended lower risk/return alternatives fund to cater to investor caution in the face of an increasingly challenging macro environment.
The Eco Eridania stake is the UK firm’s first investment in the sector and the maiden transaction through its iCON IV fund.
A UK parliamentary report reveals some of the country’s top pension funds remain ‘worryingly complacent’ on climate change issues. They are in danger of being left behind.
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