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With mid-2000s infrastructure funds reaching the end of their lives, a range of exit strategies are being carried out by innovative GPs.
One-third of limited partners are willing to pay for deals where they are not an existing fund investor, according to a survey by Asante Capital Group.
The UK remains the top destination when ranked purely on private sector participation.
Whether you favour wholesale realisations or piecemeal sales, Fund I vintages are showing the merits of diversification, why being first matters and how everybody makes mistakes.
Umbrella fund finance facilities can be a convenient and cost efficient option for managers with a number of strategies under one roof. Leon Stephenson and Alex Griffiths of law firm Reed Smith explain why.
No cybersecurity programme can be totally foolproof, but there are key ways to reinforce any effort and mitigate the biggest cyber-risks.
Technology has enabled investors to learn more about how infrastructure assets work than ever before – and they’re taking advantage of this insight in different ways.
While no one can dispute that infrastructure, as an asset class, has arrived, the labels used to segment the market – as well as the strategies they symbolise – can spark some passionate debate.
EDHECinfra’s Frédéric Blanc-Brude went head-to-head with David Bentley, of GIP-backed ATLAS Infrastructure, in an Oxford-style debate.
Infracapital just closed its debut greenfield fund on £1.25bn. That it took two years to raise and one investor felt compelled to remove it from its infra bucket shows there’s still work to be done.
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