Infralogic Investors Forum Australia 2024

Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney and Online

05 Mar

Australia: Building conviction

Who, how, and when for the next fundraise? Where are the growth opportunities? Is the bid–ask spread aligned? Is debt available and at what cost? Australian industry players are grappling with these big questions and no doubt it has been a quiet market in the past year. However, there is cause for optimism: debt is still available, particularly in the mid-market where activity is strong, and deal activity is picking-up, with deals in the transport and energy sector expected alongside a number of private equity–style opportunities. In this session, a group of investors will share their strategy for survival, including whether they are planning to fundraise, searching for a home for dry powder, or on the hunt for an attractive exit.   

  • Which sectors are providing the best deal flow and do these assets fit neatly into the infrastructure bucket, or is that concept now redundant?
  • Which models are investors using when approaching investments into social infrastructure assets?
  • How are investors building platforms for economies of scale across greenfield opportunities?
  • How are GPs dealing with the pressure to deliver DPI to investors?
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  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
    Shaun Drummond Deputy Editor, APAC INFRALOGIC Bio
    Michael Bessell Co-Head of Infrastructure DEXUS Bio
    Paul Bernath Managing Director, Infrastructure & Australia Office Head CANADA PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT BOARD Bio
    Danny Latham Partner, Head of Australia and New Zealand IGNEO INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS Bio
    Chloé Brayne Director, Infrastructure CDPQ AUSTRALIA Bio