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'We are probably going to have four or five platform companies that lead a market and then other firms will tuck into those other platform businesses,' Trilon CEO Michael Renshaw said.
Actis is looking to invest in global infrastructure assets that provide consistent yield.
"The construction needs of the world did not stop,” said Castle Harlan senior managing director Marcel Fournier about how business grew during the pandemic.
PE Hub spoke with Investcorp's Amit Gaind and Trilantic's Charles Fleischmann about RoadSafe's five acquisitions since they invested in it a year ago.
Alpine will "continue to look for partnerships with other like-minded firms in complementary engineering and infrastructure verticals," Alpine partner Dan Sanner told PE Hub.
David Grain: "The public sponsorship of telecommunications growth in the U.S. specifically, with over $60bn dedicated to the space, is timely and we are excited to see both the organic and strategic opportunities that will stem from it."
BAI Communications has acquired Vilicom, a Dublin, Ireland-based designer, installer and manager of wireless networks.
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Sustainability-focused private equity firms share their thoughts on the bipartisan infrastructure bill that touches upon climate change.
InstarAGF Asset Management, a Canadian mid-market infrastructure investment firm, has rebranded as Instar Asset Management, ending its joint venture with AGF Management.
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By Surya Mohan, Endeavor Energy Holdings The African-infrastructure-investment landscape has been full of promise for several decades. There is no shortage of intellectual voices collectively pointing to the positive financial, economic, social and environmental impacts that can come from infrastructure investment on the continent. Despite this, private infrastructure investments in Africa remain far short of […]

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