Infrastructure and real estate assets are gaining asset owner attention because their combination of predictable cash flows and relatively low risk, suggests the investment firm.
The Canadian private markets investment giant plans to invest more in Asia Pacific, just as it is seeing growing appetite for its funds from the region, says Asia-Pacific chief Bill Powell.
AsianInvestor spoke to Bill Powell, Asia-Pacific CEO of real asset giant Brookfield Asset Management, about China's big infrastructure project and other opportunities.
Large asset owners are increasing direct stakes in private assets instead of using funds.
Niel Thassim, who left Deutsche Bank’s alternative investments arm last year, has joined the Canadian alternative asset manager. RREEF has seen recent further changes.