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Third-party investors buying GP stakes is a fairly new phenomenon in infrastructure, and it is picking up steam. But what does it mean for LPs and competition?
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Covid-19 has forced investors to reconsider their risk exposure as infrastructure projects around the world have been significantly disrupted. Jon Yorker investigates how portfolios are being pandemic-proofed to prepare for future lockdowns.
Services that support infra operations are an accepted part of investment strategies. Now, technology could be poised to replace physical assets completely
GPs are venturing into new sub-sectors as they diversify and chase higher returns. But do they have the skillsets to do so successfully?
Rather than fade into the background in light of covid, climate change and sustainability have dominated the conversation – and efforts – this year. We expect that will continue next year as well.
Renewables have been one of the success stories of 2020, although investors should be warned that risks remain.
Can private equity be a force for good? We interviewed the key leaders at Blackstone, KKR and Carlyle who are aiming to transform an industry and leverage its economic and social power to drive change.
From regulatory issues to the factors shaping managers’ domicile decisions, here are six takeaways from our 2020 special report on fund and trust services.
Investors will need superhuman foresight to predict how technology is going to impact their infrastructure portfolios for decades to come.
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Australia’s energy minister says that blue hydrogen, where the fuel is produced using traditional gas, would be part of the mix and would enable the country’s industry to scale up faster than others.
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