The Australian investment manager has hired Michael Blakeney as investment director, taking the team to 15 people.
Global Water Development Partners, established by Blackstone and two ex-IFC employees, wants to work with large institutions and investors in improving water infrastructure worldwide.
The private markets group is finalising a fourth hire to its real assets team as it emphasises the importance of the asset class.
Under its new name AgCAP, the firm has hired a new management team to take the asset management business in a different direction.
Richard Woodling has joined the Hong Kong-based PE firm to develop water sector investments months after the firm acquired India’s Luminous Water Technologies.
The Netherlands agribusiness stalwart named Gregory Hutton as executive director. He will be based in New York.
The state’s $15bn oil and gas endowment has established a 10% real return allocation, which could include investments in timber and infrastructure, and has begun to look for an investment officer to direct the real return group.
Philip Alfieri has left Infrastructure Management Group to help Franklin Templeton select fund managers specialising in transportation, agriculture, water, energy and timber investments.
Asset management firm Franklin Templeton’s real estate arm has established a newly dedicated business team to analyse, select and invest in real asset fund opportunities including energy, water, agriculture and timber.
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