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The Australian funds manager has made two hires to its debt team, and hopes to add another pair in the coming months to increase its presence abroad.
The link-up is the second of its type for Natixis after it previously launched a similar platform with Ageas at the end of last year.
The UK-based infrastructure and private equity fund manager has announced the issuance of a solar bond to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Mumbai-based L&T Infrastructure Finance (L&T) is joining a handful of private equity firms taking advantage of distressed opportunities in India’s infrastructure market.
The senior debt facilities have a 13-year tenor and will yield about 10.5% annually.
Infrastructure debt specialist Stonebridge Financial Corporation has launched its second fund, which has a $300m target.
Head of infrastructure debt Deborah Zurkow says the group might also invest in AllianzGI’s debt funds.
La Banque Postale Asset Management has held a first close for an innovative infrastructure and real estate debt fund on €500m. 
The firm’s debut energy mezzanine fund had a $500m target and invests in energy companies similar to those in Energy Capital’s two private equity funds.
In its second such deal, the UK pension fund is providing £95m of 20-year class B inflation-linked financing to Affinity Water, owned by Infracapital and Morgan Stanley.

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