Three fund managers share their definition of the mid-market infrastructure space and what value can be found in these opportunities.
Five experts take a view on the resilience and performance of the infrastructure asset class potentially being reshaped by covid-19.
Four industry experts discuss the similarities and differences in their approaches to co-operative investing in core infrastructure assets.
We take you through the highlights of our LP Perspectives 2020 study before discussing how infrastructure investing is changing in light of covid-19.
As equity investors deploy capital to a wider-range of assets falling outside classic definitions, how can debt providers handle the challenges and opportunities this brings?
Digital Colony, HIG Capital, Cordiant Capital and Transpara discuss how digital infra is faring in the covid-19 era, what opportunities it presents, as well as the challenges that come along with being deemed an essential service.
Actis, Cubico Sustainable Investments, KGAL, SUSI Partners talk us through the latest opportunities as we transition to a low-carbon future.
BCI, HSBC Asset Management and Mark Weisdorf Associates talk about what it takes to build and run effective direct and co-investment programmes and how they are faring amid covid-19.
Resilience and reliability are the short-term challenges as the pandemic puts high capacity workloads on the network’s edge. Longer term, investment opportunities abound.
Sky-high valuations coupled with technology risk might seem to undermine the data centre fairy tale. But for the right assets, opportunities abound.
A decade ago, an infrastructure manager would have been hard-pressed to market a core strategy featuring data assets and renewables. Today, Brookfield is embracing both sectors, as infra boss Sam Pollock tells us.
The real estate firm is now one of the sector’s major players, thanks to the $4bn Digital Colony Partners. We examine how it got there despite a protracted period of corporate challenges, negative headlines and a mixed performance record.
A holistic and flexible approach is needed to address the vast opportunity that the energy transition offers, says Marco van Daele, co-CEO and chief investment officer at SUSI Partners.
The Australian Energy Market Commission rejected calls from investors to move to average loss factors in a ruling many believe will undermine the energy transition.
A model by Singapore’s Clifford Capital is the latest capital recycling practice in Asian infrastructure debt.
Investors are seeking out lower-risk alternatives to existing fixed income and real asset equity exposure, according to investment consultant bfinance.
The key to a successful debt strategy is to offer flexibility and added value, while keeping overall project costs competitive, the annual Infrastructure Investor New York summit hears.
Although both issues are increasingly industry talking points, they are a priority for only a few LPs, and lack of gender balance in GPs is rarely a deal-breaker, writes Amy Carroll.
From agriculture to zero waste, our A-Z demonstrates how impact investing is becoming an essential element of many ESG strategies.
All foreign transactions will be subject to FIRB review, a process that will now take six months instead of 30 days.
The Energy Security Board cautioned that the ability of investors to efficiently manage risk to support investment decisions was at a ‘critical’ level, its highest rating of concern.
First Super CEO, Bill Watson, says investors have profited handsomely from regulated assets and need to heed the complaints they receive.
Julia Leung, the Hong Kong financial body's deputy chief exec, says asset managers in Asia tend to focus more on governance than environmental concerns.
The bank will target public health infra in developing countries where a lack of clean water makes even hand washing impossible as a preventive measure.
The fund will lend money to firms offering access to clean energy solutions for both households and business in emerging markets.
Investors seem concerned about an increasingly uncertain world, but capital keeps on pushing into new markets.