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The World Bank unit is de-risking investments as it pulls blue-chip investors into its emerging markets platform. Adalla Kim reports
The Paris-based manager has held a final close on the fund, which will focus on investment-grade European infrastructure and aims to provide up to €75m of debt per project.
Two Japanese insurance giants – Dai-ichi Life and Nippon Life – have broadened their infrastructure debt scope from anchor investments in funds to making direct structured loans. Adalla Kim reports
In volatile times, infrastructure debt is one part of the investment universe in which LP support remains strong, finds Claire Coe Smith
real estate infrastructure fundraising real assets
Investing in real assets has become increasingly popular, and debt funds that provide financing for real assets projects are no exception, writes John Bakie.
The Sydney-based fund manager said it believed its Infrastructure Debt Fund IV was the largest-ever fundraise for an infra mezzanine debt strategy.
Eugene Sullivan, a principal investment officer at the organisation, tells PDI how his team has been helping global insurers to gain private infrastructure debt exposures this year.
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Nest is targeting 5% of its £8bn in assets for private debt investments as it takes it first steps into private markets.
Infrastructure debt has become an intensely competitive area of the alternative credit market with banks and insurance companies crowding into the space.
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