North America

Global Investor 50 – The full ranking

The total amount of capital allocated to infrastructure across this year’s Global Investor 50 sat at a little more than $510bn for 2022.

All about the Global Investor 50 2023

Despite a fundraising slowdown that began in the second half of last year, appetite for infrastructure among the world’s biggest institutional investors remains healthy, demonstrating the asset class’s continuing appeal.

Searchlight: High-speed internet access ‘a critical form of infra’

Head of infra Darren Glatt talks about the firm's recent investment in Wecom and previously in All Points Broadband and Consolidated Communications.

Inside California’s $180bn ‘infra strike team’

Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to accelerate the buildout of the state’s transportation, water, clean energy, electric grid and broadband infrastructure.


About this page

North America has, for many years, been a preeminent infrastructure investment destination. Interest in the region has now accelerated driven by the US, on account of President Joe Biden’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan. Combine that with the world’s most dynamic energy market, the energy transition and digital infrastructure mega-trends – as well as an LP community with plenty of room to grow their allocations to the asset class – and North America is likely to feature prominently in our coverage for many years to come. Given those factors, we are expanding our coverage of the region and offer our readers the opportunity on this page to explore key stories, news analysis, opinion and features.


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