The Department of Transportation gave St. Louis approval to explore airport privatisation as part of President Trump’s plan to increase private sector infrastructure participation.
Negative interest rates are pushing Japanese investors to see infrastructure as a fixed income substitute, giving an edge to the listed end of the asset class, panellists argued today.
Multilateral development banks said at the UN’s second annual Global Infrastructure Forum they would work together to draw institutional capital to the asset class.
Japanese LPs must look beyond returns when seeking to incorporate sustainability considerations into their investment strategies, delegates heard today.
Three remaining consortia s are expected to be issued a final request for proposals in June, according to Los Angeles World Airports.
Despite rising uncertainty, panellists today underlined the potential created by data services as the ‘fourth utility’ amid strong public support for infrastructure.
As a shake-up of the country’s pension system looms, investors remain focused on liquidity despite a growing knowledge of overseas infrastructure, delegates heard today.
LPs ‘love to focus on it’, but uncompeted deal processes do not lead to better returns, say dealmakers.
The board for the century-old power producer approved a strategy to shut down or convert to gas generation a number of its coal-fired plants.
The Canadian pension manager has committed C$1.9bn in debt and equity to an acquisition that forms a global construction company generating C$12.1bn in revenue.
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