Infrastructure Investor LP Perspectives

A series of elections in 2024 will have a significant bearing on the regulatory environment for infrastructure investment, helping to push rule changes into the top three investor concerns identified in Infrastructure Investor’s LP Perspectives 2024 Study, along with interest rate hikes and high inflation. Our survey also highlights plenty of reasons to be positive, with 40 percent of investors planning to invest more capital into infrastructure funds – often to digital and renewable energy – over the next 12 months than they did over the last year. These findings and more appear in Infrastructure Investor’s latest Perspectives report.

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Eight investor opinions from the LP Perspectives 2024 Study

Some of the key takeaways from Infrastructure Investor's LP Perspectives 2024 Study.

FINDINGS FROM THE SURVEY

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METHODOLOGY

Infrastructure Investor’s LP Perspectives 2024 Study is our annual look into how institutional investors approach alternative asset classes.

It aims to provide a granular view of the alternatives market by gathering insight on investors’ asset allocation, propensity to invest and performance predictions.

It is a global study, which is reflected in the question set and the respondents. This allows for meaningful global views and cross-regional comparisons across alternative asset classes.

The question set is reviewed annually, with the objective of reflecting market developments and shifts in sentiment.

For the 2024 study, we surveyed 117 institutional investors between September and October 2023. Participation is always anonymous.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE

Against a backdrop of economic and geopolitical headwinds, marked by soaring inflation and rising interest rates, Infrastructure Investor’s annual study of the LP community takes stock of investor sentiment towards the asset class. From investment plans to due diligence priorities and attitudes towards GPs’ ESG programmes, this year’s study tracks LP expectations for infrastructure going into 2023.

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