News & Analysis

Is video conferencing poised to be the new normal or will the sector revert to in-person due diligence and face-to-face meetings?
Rather than fade into the background in light of covid, climate change and sustainability have dominated the conversation – and efforts – this year. We expect that will continue next year as well.
Renewables have been one of the success stories of 2020, although investors should be warned that risks remain.
It’s rare for one year to significantly change how investors perceive a specific sector, but 2020 arguably did just that for energy infra assets.
As the world learned to work from in 2020, the importance of reliable digital infrastructure became apparent, making it an increasingly attractive asset for investors.
Airport assets are more closely tied to reducing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic than, perhaps, any other sector in infrastructure.
As the pandemic surges this winter, we look back at how it’s impacted the asset class and what's in store as we head into 2021.
The clock is ticking but you still have until Friday, 8 January 2021 to cast your vote.
Macquarie offshore wind
The Danish fund manager has agreed to sell a 25% stake to the wind turbine manufacturer to accelerate its own growth which includes launching a new energy transition fund next year.
The strategy is designed to target some of the smaller investors entering and increasing their activity in the sector, Amundi’s Guy Lodewyckx tells Infrastructure Investor.
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