Our man discovered he had problems after a day with Occupy Wall Street protesters
Let’s hope Mersey locals will be happy with a discount
The UK’s health secretary will provide hospital patients with permanent company – unless they pay
Portugal’s PPP liabilities – most of them in the transport sector – represent a staggering 14% of GDP. The country’s roads agency, which doles out payments to concessionaires, is threatening to go bust in 2014. Bruno Alves takes a peak at a worrying future
Should investors be so eager to apply thumb-screws to GPs on fund economics? Monthly commentary from Infrastructure Investor Senior Editor Andy Thomson
There will never be one type of PPP in the US. The reasons can be found in history. Monthly commentary from Infrastructure Investor Senior Reporter Chris Glynn
Gerelyn Terzo finds some strong opinions on why local rather than national approaches offer the best hope of the US addressing its infrastructure problems
The UK Chancellor is serious about getting pensions to fund his £30bn infrastructure plan. Now comes the hard bit: translating wishful thinking into meaningful action. Monthly commentary from InfrastructureInvestor.com Editor Bruno Alves
A proposed change in the tax code for superannuation investment in infrastructure has received an enthusiastic reception.
As the pipeline of new PFI deals dries up, the focus of fund managers in the UK is increasingly on the secondary market.
We explore the impact on infrastructure investment businesses globally as the Eurozone’s unfolding traumas put markets everywhere on tenterhooks
The German public-private partnership market is not a hive of activity, but transport enthusiasts would do well to keep their eyes on five upcoming A-Model road concessions which could be worth upwards of €1bn. By Bruno Alves
Fresh off a high-profile acquisition, AIMCo boss Leo de Bever took time to talk to Chris Glynn about a ‘boring’ business: infrastructure investing
Thomas Putter, former co-head of Allianz’s alternative assets business and a pioneer of renewable energy infrastructure investing, believes the world has changed irrevocably. For limited partners, this means the need to think hard about what the infrastructure asset class really is. And for fund managers, it means preparing for a backlash from disaffected stakeholders.
What does the ongoing turbulence in the Eurozone mean for fund managers? Infrastructure Investor gathered six investment professionals in London to discuss – and to find out how it has influenced their approach to deal financing, target sectors, fundraising and more.
The shipping sector has been hit hard by economic turmoil, but it still presents rich pickings for those with an eye for an opportunity. Emma Yang and Jonathan Page of Wikborg Rein reveal the key trends