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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.

From then to now

The digital revolution has picked up pace, with more – and new – digital infrastructure required to keep up. From the invention of the transistor to the first mobile phones, from broadband to Bitcoin, the digital world has taken great strides over the past few decades. As the world prepares for greater adoption of 5G […]

Five things we learnt in Berlin

Digital infrastructure was on participants’ minds at the Infrastructure Investor Global Summit in Berlin in March, cropping up in discussions on everything from energy to climate change, and headlining the final day of proceedings. As the hot new sector for the asset class, conference attendees came out to hear about topics as diverse as whether […]

Survey finds investors remain bullish on infra despite ‘inability to properly assess risk’

Latest study by EDHECinfra and the GI Hub shows 80% of investors want to increase their allocation to the asset class, but are doing so ‘without a compass’.

By the numbers: Gender balance, diversity and GP commitments

Sister publication pfm puts stats to the trends this month: gender pay gaps, diversity attitudes and GP commitments.

Infra fundraising hits $20bn as Q1 rise returns

The market has already reached 22.3% of last year’s total through just six funds raised.

Chinese interest in Australian renewables remains strong

Outside renewables, Chinese investors acquired no Australian infrastructure in 2018, the only deal being a buyout of engineering firm RCR Tomlinson’s rail arm.

Fitch: ‘mostly stable’ US transport sector could hit roadblocks

Growth in the US transport sector this year will be moderate and stay in lockstep with the country’s GDP, according to Fitch Ratings. The company, in a report published on Monday, predicted “mostly stable” growth in airports, toll roads and ports, citing in all cases a strong commercial and consumer economy. However, the ratings agency […]
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