Patient – for now

With $5.64bn in commitments, Global Infrastructure Partners is the largest independent first-time infrastructure fund ever organised. Three years after the firm’s launch, the bulk of the fund is yet to be invested, and with markets still in disarray, new investments are difficult to close. But Adebayo Ogunlesi, the man in charge, isn’t in a hurry. Chris Josselyn and Philip Borel find out why.

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