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The French manager is already targeting the launch of its fifth instalment this year, with the fund 65% invested.
The fund will lend money to firms offering access to clean energy solutions for both households and business in emerging markets.
A model by Singapore’s Clifford Capital is the latest capital recycling practice in Asian infrastructure debt.
The Dutch firm has put London-based partner Paul Nash, who has been with DIF since 2008, in charge of the strategy.
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Solar panels
The Montreal-based firm has made its first investment through the fund, backing a Greek solar farm with a long-term off-take agreement.
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

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