IIF to back toll roads, wind farms, and student housing

The fund has told investors it’s involved in bidding for a biomass project in Offaly

13th December, 2015
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The Irish Infrastructure Fund (IIF), which includes the state among its investors, is eyeing up deals involving toll roads, energy projects and social housing.

The fund, which is run by Irish Life and Australian company AMP Capital, has told investors it’s currently involved in bidding for a biomass project in Offaly, which it hopes to finalise in early 2016.

It missed out on acquiring a toll road – this is thought to refer to...

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