11 October, 2022

How Kotak became a player in special situations

Euromoney, October 11 2022 Kotak Investment Advisors, the special situations arms of Kotak Mahindra, could have $9 billion […]
5 July, 2021

Sydney Airport bid a sign of Australian super powers

Euromoney, July 5 2021 The bid for Australia’s biggest airport highlights pension funds as the most powerful names […]
1 November, 2018

Pernia: Philippines’ Infrastructure Build Won’t Depend on China

Euromoney, November 2018 The Philippines’ Build Build Build infrastructure drive is one of the most ambitious in the […]
26 September, 2018

Will Indonesia’s Infrastructure Bottleneck Ever be Unclogged?

Euromoney, September 26 2018 Euromoney was in Jakarta in August when a local colleague spotted one of the […]
1 June, 2009

Brisconnections: infrastructure’s disconnect

Euromoney, May 2009 If you want a microcosm of the bad habits global capital got into as the […]
1 April, 2009

PNG LNG: What could Papua New Guinea’s new pipeline project bring?

Euromoney, April 2009 October is going to be a big month for Papua New Guinea. It doesn’t sound […]
1 July, 2008

Babcock & Brown faces up to leaner times

Euromoney magazine, July 2008 This time last year, Phil Green had plenty to smile about. The chief executive […]
1 May, 2008

ADB wants to get private sector into Asian infrastructure

IFR Asia, ADB edition, May 2008 In one corner: Asia’s vast savings pools. In the other: Asia’s equally […]