BlackRock targets energy transition with infrastructure strategy

European focus

James Baxter-Derrington
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It will target a range of investments across energy transition and security, including digital and community infrastructure, sustainable mobility and the circular economy.
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It will target a range of investments across energy transition and security, including digital and community infrastructure, sustainable mobility and the circular economy.

BlackRock has launched an infrastructure strategy designed to take advantage of the ongoing transition to sustainable energy.

The strategy aims to offer investors access to inflation-linked returns from a portfolio of "perpetual" infrastructure core assets, while also creating growth in the real economy. More than half the strategy will be allocated to Europe initially, with a global focus becoming prominent "over the decades to come", with a range of open-ended vehicles planned for the second half of 2022. Principal launches Article 9 sustainable infrastructure fund It will target a range of investments across energy transition and security, including digital and community infrastructure, sustainable mob...

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