Four experts review the resilience of the infra debt market and unpick the opportunities and warning signals.
With covid-19 vividly demonstrating how quickly things can turn upside down, Infrastructure Investor sat down with four experts to hear their views on what investors can expect from the asset class in the near to medium-term.
'How can you have a $7bn business where performance has been very strong over 20 years, then have to shut the thing down?' asked one former director. We take a look at how it got to this point and the lessons learnt.
The pension will work with the fund manager to deploy capital across the country with a long-term view.
For better or worse private equity fundraising will have to be conducted with less of a human touch.
One-third of limited partners are willing to pay for deals where they are not an existing fund investor, according to a survey by Asante Capital Group.
Tim Briggs, a partner in Herbert Smith Freehills’ competition, trade and regulation practice, on why the UK’s regulatory framework has been so successful, its greenfield potential and how it could all fall apart.
We celebrate the managers, institutional investors and advisory firms considered by their peers to have been the standard bearers of the private infrastructure asset class.

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