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Amy Carroll

A supportive administration will be crucial to unleashing the power of the sector in the US, but significant obstacles remain.
Management fees remain a bone of contention across private markets, but the issue is less pronounced in infrastructure though value for money is key.
A number of investors are already rumoured to be preparing to shed parts of their portfolios and the market could reach $10bn by 2023.
Low interest rates, underallocation issues and impressive performance have caused the appetite for the asset class to surge.
Investors show little appetite for first-time managers and GP stakes activity is heating up.
LPs have adapted well to a virtual world but are wary of backing new manager relationships.
There’s a growing desire among infra LPs to seek co-investment opportunities but execution challenges remain
Most LPs across private markets now include ESG considerations in their due diligence but a lack of progress on diversity and inclusion remains a concern.
LPs tolerate subscription credit lines, especially in greenfield infrastructure, but reject the use of leverage to boost returns.

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