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‘It’s hard to find a diverse manager in infrastructure’

CIO Angela Miller-May explains why being 52.1% short of its total funding doesn’t stop the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund from prioritising investing with diverse managers.

Doing it the Miller-May way

CIO Angela Miller-May tells why being 52.1% short of its total funding doesn’t stop the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund from prioritising investing with diverse managers.

New office in Santiago gives DIF a LatAm ‘landing place’

The Dutch firm has deployed 65% of its fifth flagship fund and hopes to make its first investment in the region this year.

Infra leads real assets returns at CPPIB

The Canadian pension said it would continue its large-scale core infrastructure strategies as investors seek ‘higher risk’ assets.

GIP mandate leads CalPERS’ $1.5bn infra allocation

The US’s largest public pension made commitments to GIP and JPMorgan, committing capital equal to around a third of its current infrastructure portfolio.

Investors ‘cautiously optimistic’ about non-traditional assets

Infrastructure managers are caught in a balancing act, trying to choose between more ‘traditional’ assets that have a track record and ‘non-traditional’ assets that are less pricy but less proven, Hamilton Lane’s Brent Burnett says.

OPERF ups alternatives target to 15%

The latest move marks the third time the $75bn pension fund has increased its alternatives allocation target since launching the strategy in 2011.

Digital Colony raises more than $4bn for debut digital infra fund

Pension funds from the US and Europe make up the largest portion of LPs committed to Digital Colony Partners, which has already deployed nearly $1bn.

Fitch: technology could disrupt rental car demand at airports

Investors in CONRAC facilities should be thinking of how the market might look in 15 to 20 years when financing deals, rating agency warns.

PE-backed midstream companies have ‘generally lower’ credit ratings

Private equity financial sponsors ‘take advantage’ of over-performance by paying themselves instead of repaying debt, according to a report from Standard & Poor’s.
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