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IndInfravit acquires nine Indian roads and a new investor

Indian road developer SIPL will own 10% of the infra investment trust alongside CPPIB, Allianz Capital Partners, OMERS and trust sponsor L&T IDPL.

Brookfield Infra, GIC team up in $6.4bn railroad deal

The firms’ offer represents a 39.5% premium to Genesee & Wyoming’s 8 March stock price of $80.28.

‘A little bit of stress could be good’

Global head of infra debt Andrew Jones walks us through the deployment of AMP Capital’s $2.5bn third junior debt fund, now fully invested.

Brookfield Fund IV to hold $14bn first close in May

With a first close equalling its predecessor’s final close, the manager's fourth flagship infrastructure fund is ‘on pace’ to be its largest infra vehicle.

Data assets a likely landing spot for recycled Brookfield Infrastructure capital

The Toronto-based fund manager is looking to make up to $2bn from selling assets, and views data infrastructure as a promising area for investment.

NIIF and PSP’s Roadis launch $2bn platform to invest in India’s roads

Under the initial agreement, the fund and PSP-owned highway operator Roadis will invest in new opportunities on a 50:50 basis.

Brookfield adds renewables sleeve to BIF IV

Brookfield Asset Management is offering investors additional exposure to renewable energy assets through a “sleeve” it has included in its fourth flagship infrastructure fund that will be dedicated to the sector, the firm said during an earnings call. Bruce Flatt, chief executive of the $350 billion asset manager, said the new product offering, which coincides […]

First Nations: the new frontier in Canadian infra

Institutional investors are looking to invest capital in a shrinking market. But First Nations communities in need of serious investment represent untapped opportunities.

VIDEO: ‘What’s really important for us is reputation’

Cyril Cabanes, CDPQ’s head of infrastructure in Asia-Pacific, explains why the pension fund prefers to go direct, the risks in the region and how APAC markets are evolving.

PSP eyes 2019 opening of Hong Kong office

The C$153bn Canadian pension will open its first office in Asia next year and plans to build a broader portfolio of managers in the region.
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