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        World Bank Group PPP director: We need to reset the target
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        29 March 2017

        Moving away from a ‘post-World War II approach’ focused on public lending is needed for multilaterals to attract private money into infrastructure projects, Laurence Carter told us.

        Segmentation now: The law of evolution in infra debt
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        27 March 2017

        Maturity is giving rise to multiple infrastructure debt strategies that go beyond a senior/junior split. Six industry professionals tell us how to hunt for relative value in a fast-changing market, why mezz might be better than core equity, and how it can be difficult to price assets in a distorted market.

        ‘For our sector, populism is not a bad thing’
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        23 March 2017

        Speakers at our Debt and Project Finance Forum in Berlin expressed candid views on governments’ role in catalising infrastructure financing today.

        The long game: Mexican infra in the Trump era
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        17 March 2017

        Low gas prices, protests at home and a US president who seems bent on walling the country off have challenged Mexico’s energy sector. But three years after a series of reforms that opened the country to private investors, Mexico will not be turning back.

        The key to investing in Turkey
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        08 March 2017

        The EBRD, MIGA and Moody’s came up with an ingenious solution to uplift the debt backing Turkey’s Elazig hospital above the country's sovereign rating, attracting investors who might otherwise not have participated in the project. We take a dive into the market.

        The first-time veteran
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        06 March 2017

        A quarter of a century after making its infrastructure debut, AMP Capital closed its maiden global fund on $2.4bn at the end of last year. Matthieu Favas sits down with infrastructure equity chief Boe Pahari to assess how the firm fits in relative to its peers

        The long game
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        03 March 2017

        Low gas prices, protests at home, and a US president who seems bent on walling the country off have challenged Mexico’s energy sector. But three years after a series of reforms that opened the country to the private sector, Mexico will not be turning back, reports Andrew Vitelli

        Segmentation now
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        03 March 2017

        Maturity is giving rise to multiple infrastructure debt strategies that go beyond a senior/junior split. Six industry professionals tell Bruno Alves how to hunt for relative value in a fast-changing market, why mezz might be better than core equity, and how it can be difficult to price assets in a distorted market

        Once bitten, not quite twice shy
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        03 March 2017

        Just a few years after scaring away its renewable energy investors, the Italian and Spanish governments want them back. Zak Bentley finds out what’s changed

        Energy key to Mexico’s growth
        PUBLICATION DATE:
        03 March 2017

        Former Mexican President Vicente Fox scored a historic presidential victory in 2000, bringing the National Action Party to power and ending 71 years of uninterrupted rule by the Institutional Revolutionary Party. Ahead of his appearance at Infrastructure Investor’s Global Summit 2017, President Fox tells Bruno Alves how Mexico’s energy reform can end decades of low growth and what the country can do to protect itself from a trade war with the US