The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund, Toll-Operate-Transfer model and Infrastructure Investment Trusts offer a trifecta of options for institutional investors keen to tap into the Indian infrastructure growth story, writes NIIF head of strategy and policy advisory Prasad Gadkari.
IDFC Alternatives has been a key player in Indian infra for two decades. Here, MK Sinha, the firm’s managing partner and CEO, speaks about the evolution of the Indian market, recent developments and prospects.
Renewables are a huge part of the infrastructure story in growth markets, but, contrary to investor perception, these markets are offering a healthy supply of lower-risk, late-stage assets, argues Actis head of infrastructure Glen Matsumoto.
IFM Investors’ global head of infrastructure, Kyle Mangini, talks about Australia’s renewables sector, what is making it attractive for investors, and whether there is any future for fossil fuel generation in the Australian market.
Partners Group’s Benjamin Haan, head of private infrastructure Asia-Pacific, and Andrew Kwok, senior vice-president, private infrastructure, Asia explain why half the firm’s renewables portfolio is based in the region.