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Regulators and private debt managers need to talk more

The spotlight is intensifying as private debt’s role in the stability of the financial system is questioned – and misunderstandings needs to be addressed.

Subsidy-free transition is slowing down renewables

For the first time in nearly two decades, growth in new capacity has stalled. We examine why and look at whether the freeze is expected to last.
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Diversity not a priority as ESG makes gains

Just over a third of private equity managers consider diversity in their investment processes, according to LGT Capital Partners' ESG Report 2019.
ESG Debate June 2019

Big debate: Does ESG enhance performance?

Partners Group’s Esther Peiner and EDHECinfra’s Frédéric Blanc-Brude give their views on the impact of environmental, sustainability and governance measures on infrastructure investment.
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Gulf markets need long-term debt instruments

The region needs a long-term instrument to refinance mini-perms. But, as Victoria Mesquita Wlazlo of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius argues, its capital markets must deepen if project bonds are to be effective.

Asset leasing’s uncertain flight path

Fund managers are increasingly looking to buy assets such as aircraft and home heating systems. We find out under which circumstances these investments make sense and whether asset leasing is ready to take off.

How digital became integral

Digital infrastructure is already mainstream and keeps growing in importance.
Digital infrastructure

Three top trends

Digital infrastructure is a relatively new sector and is developing rapidly, with investment pouring into data centres, fibre and towers.

Fast five

OUR PANEL Bruno Candès, partner, InfraVia Capital Partners Marc Ganzi, CEO, Digital Bridge Izzet Güney, managing director, Cube IM Carlo Maddalena, senior portfolio manager, APG Asset Management Tom Maher, head of business development, Whitehelm Capital Has digital gone mainstream? Ganzi: I believe it has. Every infrastructure GP now claims to have an allocation and strategy […]

DOWNLOAD: 2019 fundraising off to a strong start

With nearly $20bn raised in Q1, expect 2019 to be another record-breaking year for infrastructure fundraising.
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