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UBS calls on investors to close the ‘climate finance gap’

by Kali Persall | Jan 22, 2020

UBS has unveiled its Climate Aware Framework in a whitepaper Becoming climate aware: Mobilizing capital to help meet climate change goals, calling for immediate collaboration across the public sector, business and academia to close the “climate finance gap.”
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Finally, Romanian pension funds to add infrastructure

by Kali Persall | Jan 22, 2020

Romania is taking the brakes off infrastructure investments for the state’s mandatory pension funds, allowing them to invest some €2 billion ($2.2 billion) in projects as of February, Romania Insider reports.
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StepStone Group enlists major banks for IPO

by Kali Persall | Jan 22, 2020

StepStone Group, one of the world’s biggest investors in alternative assets, has hired several major investment banks as lead underwriters of its initial public offering (IPO) in New York, sources told Reuters earlier this month.
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Energy Capital Partners closes on $3.3b for energy infrastructure fund

by Kali Persall | Jan 22, 2020

Energy Capital Partners (ECP) has raised $3.3 billion for its flagship ECP Fund IV. The fund also secured $3.5 billion for co-investment opportunities over the last two and a half years, $17 billion of which was spent to acquire Calpine Corp., the largest generator of electricity from natural gas and geothermal resources in the United States.
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I Squared Capital and Rubis form JV

by Released | Jan 21, 2020

I Squared Capital, through its ISQ Global Infrastructure Fund II, and Rubis, a Paris-based company specializing in the distribution of petroleum products and bulk liquid storage, have signed an agreement to form a joint venture partnership through an investment in Rubis Terminal, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rubis. I Squared Capital will acquire 45 percent of the shares in Rubis Terminal and will jointly control the company alongside Rubis.
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TRIG agrees to buy out Scotland-based Blary Hill Energy

by Kali Persall | Jan 21, 2020

The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG), a London-listed renewable energy infrastructure investment company managed by InfraRed Capital Partners, has exchanged contracts to buy out Blary Hill Energy along with the rights to construct a 35-megawatt wind farm in West Scotland.
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Infrastructure saw strong performance in 2019 but a tough final quarter

by Released | Jan 21, 2020

Infrastructure assets gave back some of the year's gains in the final quarter of 2019 as rising bond yields curbed DCF valuations, but still registered strong gains over the whole year, according to EDHECinfra's latest quarterly report on the performance of unlisted global infrastructure.
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