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|After swatting off three takeover bids, the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund (CommIF) has increased its stake in Royal Adelaide Hospital. AMP Capital acquired an additional 9.95% in the Royal Adelaide Hospital on behalf of CommIF, taking its ...|
|... joined Plenary as partner and head of origination. The head of asset management for the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund has also jumped ship. Simon Hunter will now be head of asset management for Plenary. Rounding out the team, Kathlyn Crafford ...|
|... in the Victorian Desalination Project (VDP) from Pacific Partnerships. Funded by the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund (CommIF), VDP was delivered as a public private partnership (PPP) and is the largest desalination plant in the Southern Hemisphere. ...|
|... care areas will also be combined and headed up by Julie-Anne Mizzi, who is currently AMP Capital community infrastructure fund manager and who will become head of social and aged care in Australia and New Zealand. AMP Capital infrastructure equity fund ...|
|... Capital is becoming the asset manager of the project. Since acquiring management of the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund in September 2010, AMP Capital has acquired four additional social infrastructure assets bringing the total number of assets ...|
|... infrastructure fund with an $80 million portfolio of assets. The fund will be renamed the AMP Capital Community Infrastructure Fund. The existing portfolio consists of four assets across the country, specifically the schools II initiative in New South ...|
Just a week on from the exit of its chief executive, EISS Super has also now bid farewell to its chair and several directors.
T. Rowe Price has appointed a new head of institutional for Australia and New Zealand, formerly of AXA Investment Managers.
Employers and the government are failing parents, costing mothers $1.6 billion in superannuation, according to new research from Industry Super Australia.
Hostplus was grilled about its relationship with IFM Investors at a parliamentary hearing that sought to uncover any evidence of collusion and anti-competitiveness.
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