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The pipeline of projects in the country looks good, despite the standstill at federal government level. Claire Coe Smith reports on the role private capital can play.
An investor at this week’s New York Summit said LPs are wise to ‘lock up contractual income’ as foreign institutions seek access to the US market.
New York
We bring you some expected highlights from our last conference of the year, due to kick off next week.
OPIC’s David Bohigian explains how Blue Dot Network, a multilateral initiative backed by the US, Australia and Japan, will establish best practices that will serve ‘as a seal of approval on project excellence’.
Telecommunications
Andrew Claerhout is joining the NY-based private equity firm, which has exposure to telecoms and digital infrastructure, as it looks to launch a broader infra strategy.
The appointment comes less than two months after Dylan Foo resigned as AMP Capital’s head of infrastructure equity in the Americas and was succeeded by Simon Ellis.
IFM chief executive Brett Himbury says deals at such a large scale see ‘improved’ risk-return dynamics compared with others at a lower ticket.
Climate concerns have historically been an afterthought for North American capital, but that is changing, as evidenced by the $240bn pension's new sustainability plan.
The firm’s second infrastructure fund is targeting $1bn and has acquired a business aviation provider and a water infrastructure company servicing the midstream sector.
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