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Ask the investors: how to budget for risks

Here are our findings on selective Korean and Japanese investors’ risk appetites and favoured sub-strategies for the asset class this year.

Japan: A hot place for infra debt managers

Infrastructure debt continues to attract conservative but income-seeking Japanese institutions like Dai-ichi Life Insurance and Development Bank of Japan

Allianz GI holds first close at €270m for European infra debt

Vehicle will provide opportunities for low-ticket-size investors to access infrastructure debt through co-investments.

South Korea: the end of the infra spree?

Korean insurers are making changes as they see diminishing returns from infrastructure debt.

Brookfield aims for relevance at every point in the cycle: Flatt

In buying Oaktree and capturing its credit business, Brookfield now has capital to serve its clients at all times, says chief executive Bruce Flatt.

Howard Marks on the Oaktree-Brookfield tie-up

Oaktree Capital Management wasn’t looking for a partner when Brookfield Asset Management approached it about a deal. Founder Howard Marks talks Isobel Markham and Andrew Hedlund through the transaction, and what lies ahead for private markets

GIP targets $1.5bn for its latest infrastructure debt vehicle

The fund is looking to make 10 to 20 investments over a four-year investment period.

Dai-ichi Life to launch in-house structured finance team

Insurer plans to strengthen its activities in project financing

BNP AM begins ‘natural next step’ with €2bn infra debt Korean partnership

The expansion into junior debt by the French group could lead to the launch of a dedicated fund in the near future.

BlackRock head of infra debt departure leads to $11bn+ real assets debt group

Erik Savi’s exit is accelerating the combination of infrastructure and real estate debt into a single platform, a plan that was already in the works.

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