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CohnReznick Capital’s John Richardson argues that, while demand vastly exceeds the supply of projects, private capital is not funding an irrational growth story.
Without a clear definition of what it is and what it can offer investors, the infrastructure sector does itself a disservice, argues Sarah Tame, associate director at EDHEC Infrastructure Institute.
GRESB is the leading global environmental, social and governance benchmark for real assets. Working in collaboration with the industry, the organisation defines the standard for sustainability performance in real assets, providing standardised and validated ESG data to 75 institutional investors, representing more than $18 trillion in institutional capital. The results from the 2018 GRESB Infrastructure […]
Mar Beltran of S&P Global Ratings argues infrastructure credit is not only growing, but becoming more robust, although the number of speculative-grade ratings has been on the rise.
Ahmed Badreldin, former head of MENA for The Abraaj Group, writes for PEI about his thoughts for LPs on fund due diligence lessons and investor safeguards.
Simon Havers of executive search firm Odgers Berndtson details why carried interest allocation is not smooth sailing.
As asset managers become increasingly exposed to cybercrime, one not-for-profit is developing interoperability standards that would prevent private equity firms from becoming the target of cyber-criminals.
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