BlackRock closed its Global Renewable Power Fund III at almost three times the size of its predecessor.
Private markets investment firm Pantheon hired a veteran of Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC as a partner in its infrastructure team.
Nuveen has agreed to acquire renewable energy manager Glennmont Partners, bolstering the firm's private infrastructure platform.
Brookfield Asset Management closed its second global infrastructure debt fund, the $2.7 billion Brookfield Infrastructure Debt II.
DIF Capital Partners closed its latest fund, DIF Infrastructure VI, at $3.5 billion.
APG and South Korea's National Pension Service are together seeking economies of scale in infrastructure and private real estate.
Joseba Echave was named head of financing at Ardian Infrastructure, based in Luxembourg.
U.S. institutions have record infrastructure investments. Allocations have climbed to almost $36 billion, from less than $1 billion in 2007.
Patrick Trears was named global head of infrastructure debt at AMP Capital.
Infrastructure and private equity firm Foresight Group agreed to acquire the Pensions Infrastructure Platform.
Abu Dhabi sold a $10.1 billion stake in its natural gas pipelines to a group of six investors including Singapore's sovereign wealth fund.
Lawmakers unveiled a $760 billion infrastructure investment framework that aims to revamp the nation's roads, bridges and transit systems.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan said it sold part of its 39% stake in Brussels Airport to Australia's TCorp and Japan's GPIF.
Some infrastructure managers are betting that newer sectors will yield higher returns.
Infrastructure fundraising in 2019 appears to be coming down from last year's all-time high of $85 billion, data show.
Infrastructure managers see opportunity in the North American renewable infrastructure sector.
European investors are following in the steps of Canadian and Australian peers by pooling assets to invest directly in infrastructure.
Money managers and asset owners see a growing number of reasons to add Asian infrastructure to their OECD brownfield heavy portfolios.
Timberland asset class is evolving beyond the trees.
Asset owners are breaking infrastructure teams out of real asset, PE teams, even as infrastructure managers make more PE-like investments.
Relatively new as a U.S. institutional asset class, infrastructure is one of the fastest growing real asset classes in North America.
Technological disruption in energy, transport forcing investors in long-term infrastructure assets to rethink portfolio construction.
Real assets investors are focusing on factors such as carbon emissions, waste management and water supply as they enhance their ESG efforts.
EDHEC launches benchmark indexes for unlisted infrastructure equity and debt it contends will allow for better portfolio construction.
CalSTRS' Paul Shantic says a shortage of research, lack of benchmarks and ESG issues present challenges for infrastructure investing.