AMP Capital Eyes $1B For Latest Infrastructure Debt Fund

Law360, New York (December 4, 2012, 3:57 PM EST) -- Australian private equity outfit AMP Capital on Monday launched an infrastructure debt fund to cash in on a surge in new investment opportunities in developed countries, making it the latest in a string of firms that have recently announced similar pushes.

The firm is aiming for $1 billion in support for the AMP Capital Infrastructure Debt Fund II, earmarked for investments in subordinated debt tied to water, gas, electricity and transportation assets in Europe, North America and Australia. Institutional backers around the world are expected to...
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