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Brunel Pension Partnership has set up a £150m customised account with StepStone to make primary, secondaries and co-investments.
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GPs have options when their funds are coming to an end, though they're not a walk in the park, writes Bruno Alves of sister title Infrastructure Investor.
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The 2018-vintage Fund IV is about 75% invested and the firm wants to ‘ensure sufficient capital is available' to keep investing.
Several large infrastructure deals are in market, including the sale of a portfolio of stakes by Alaska Permanent Fund.
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The firm has been organising itself to take advantage of increased opportunity in the asset class, according to co-chief executive David Layton.
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The $66bn sovereign wealth fund is inviting bids on a portfolio comprised around 40% of infrastructure funds.
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Wireless infrastructure operator Phoenix Tower International is being moved into a continuation vehicle, Secondaries Investor understands.
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In part II of sister title Infrastructure Investor's October Deep Dive, market participants discuss how many attempted continuation funds fail to get past the first hurdle.
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Fund continuations in infrastructure are here to stay. How do these trilateral deals work and are they really a ‘win-win-win’ for all involved?
Infrastructure Partners II is targeting $1.5bn, more than treble the amount raised for Landmark's first infrastructure secondaries programme.
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