Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
April 2012: Vol. 5, Number 4
The I3 Investor Survey: $21.3 Billion of Commitments Expected in 2012; Allocations on the Rise
In the summer of 2011, Institutional Real Estate, Inc. (IREI), publishers of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (I3),and its partners and consultants — B Capital Partners, Campbell-Lutyens and Kingsley Associates — surveyed 51 global investors and consultants active in infrastructure investment to understand their expectations and preferences for the market.
Shop Talk: A Conversation with David Rogers and Asif Hussain
Toronto-based Caledon Capital Management was established in 2006 by David Rogers after he left his position as senior vice president and team leader of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS) private equity team, where he served from 2001 to 2006.
- El Paso Pension Commits to GIP II
Michigan Pension Invests in Infrastructure
Michigan’s Bureau of Investments, which manages nearly $48 billion for four Michigan pension plans, committed $170 million to infrastructure in fourth quarter 2011, according to a March 1 investment advisory committee report.
Meridiam Closes Road Deal in Spain
Paris-based infrastructure fund manager Meridiam has reached commercial close for a 30-year concession for the design, construction, financing and operation of 40 kilometers of the A334 freeway in Almeria, Spain.
- Shareholders Approve Macquarie-WCA Deal
India Infrastructure Debt Fund Targets $2 Billion
ICICI Bank Ltd., Bank of Baroda, Citigroup Inc. and Life Insurance Corp. of India have signed an agreement to create a $2 billion infrastructure debt fund to support lending to roads, ports and other infrastructure projects, according to a Dow Jones report.