01 January 2009
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Available as a pdf, 'Investing in Infrastructure' presents a unique series of contemporary and detailed analyses from 55 industry professionals who are shaping the many diverse aspects of global infrastructure fund investment. It also examines investment techniques & strategies, asset management, legal developments and timely financing know-how.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK IS NOW ONLY AVAILABLE AS A PDF
Infrastructure is not a general panacea in a risk-averse world but an attractive palette of assets differentiated by their risk profile primarily defined by the underlying contract or the nature of the service off-taker. There are fundamental differences between regulated infrastructure, public private partnerships (PPPs) or Private Finance Initiative (PFI)- type infrastructure that rely on long-term government contracts and corporate or private infrastructure.
Investing in Infrastructure is edited by Campbell Lutyens. This ground-breaking book presents a unique series of contemporary and detailed analyses from 55 industry professionals who are shaping the many and diverse aspects of global infrastructure fund investment. It also examines investment techniques & strategies, asset management, legal developments and timely financing know-how.
Arrangers, investors, fund managers, lenders and lawyers reveal what makes the infrastructure asset class a solid growth prospect. In 300 pages, the world's leading infrastructure deal-makers explain how industry opportunities are going to evolve in years to come in all of the growth structures and in all countries around the world.
This comprehensive title will help you to:
- Capitalise on vital investor insight
- Understand how the infrastructure asset class has evolved
- Learn how investment opportunities will unfold in the future
- Discover how the universe of infrastructure funds are being structured
- Find out about the pitfalls associated with investing in infrastructure
- Comprehend how infrastructure differs from private equity
- See the benefits and pitfalls related to asset management in infrastructure
- Understand the legal developments surrounding infrastructure deal-making
- Discover what's evolving in the main infrastructure sectors
- Be informed about how various regions and countries are embracing infrastructure investing
- Learn how the secondary market is evolving
Who should own this book
- Fund managers
- Fund of funds managers
- Equity placement players
- Contractors & developers
- Asset managers
- Government and public bodies
- Professionals who want to break into infrastructure