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Denham looks to finance sustainable infrastructure

Investors in developed economies need to help governments and firms in emerging economies gain access to capital markets, says CEO

Investment firm Denham Capital hopes that its new debt platform can help accelerate the financing of transition projects in emerging economies as well as developed countries, according to CEO Stu Porter. Earlier this month Aflac Global Investment made a $2bn commitment to launch the new debt platform with Denham Sustainable Infrastructure. The two firms hope the agreement will allow them bring debt and equity investment capital to support economic growth and enable the energy transition in both developed and emerging economies. Investors in developed economies need to help governments and firms in emerging economies gain access to capital markets, Stu Porter, CEO of Denham Capital, tells

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