Chart of the Week: Four in ten LPs will increase allocations in 2015

Vast majority will either maintain or increase their allocation to infrastructure


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In August and September this year, Infrastructure Investor conducted its annual survey of the world's leading limited partners to analyse how investors are engaging with the infrastructure asset class and to identify what issues are at the top of their agendas.

In LP Perspectives, we asked LPs about their target allocation to infrastructure over next 12 months. The vast majority (87 percent) of the respondents will either maintain or increase their target allocation to infrastructure, while only six percent of LPs will move away from the asset class. Infrastructure investors with an already sizable allocation are more likely to invest even more – 63 percent of LPs with an infrastructure investment portfolio in excess of $2 billion will increase their target allocation. In comparison, only one in four LPs with less than $500 million dedicated to infrastructure will consider investing more.

LP Perspectives will be published in the December/January issue of Infrastructure Investor.