Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and SC Capital's investment plan for data centres adds to the trend of capital chasing opportunities in the sector. Expect more action in this space in 2023.
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Major asset owners, such as APG, NZ Super and AustralianSuper, are looking to invest in data centres in Asia even as the demand for these assets outstrips the current supply.
Investor flows into Asia Pacific data centres have had a sharp increase over the past 18 months, but supply has kept global investors new to the market on the side lines.
The high demand for finance to build data centres is making the sector increasingly appealing as institutional investors deepen their commitment with develop-and-own models.
Already on the rise pre-Covid, investments into data centre assets in Asia have accelerated in the past year, fuelled by interest from investors across the spectrum.
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A new piece of research by the Urban Land Institute and PwC says global investors are keen to pour more funds into the region, due to its economic strength and good demographics.
Regional asset owners are eager to invest more funds into data centre-focused funds. Several specialist managers are launching new vehicles to take advantage.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed several hundred million dollars to Gaw Capital’s first data centre investment platform, underscoring its appetite to enter new markets in Asia.
Investors want to invest in a part of the property sector directly benefiting from rising e-commerce and cloud computing. But finding assets is difficult, and prices are rising.
Pihana Pacific, an internet data centre provider, has raised $190 million in a second round of financing, with Goldman Sachs as the lead investor.