Bruno Alves talks to three debt fund managers currently fundraising to find out about the travails of raising infrastructure’s new ‘it’ vehicles.
AMP Capital, Ferrovial, GIP and IFM are all lining up to operate the Chicago airport
The head of the Canadian pension’s C$8.7bn infrastructure programme stepped down on March 11
Legg Mason’s Western Asset Management targets £1bn for publicly traded infrastructure bonds
Adverse rulings heighten the need for investors to talk to politicians and regulators. This was a key takeaway from our annual gathering of luminaries in Berlin
When does asset price inflation turn into a bubble?
Cincinnati is both a reminder of parking’s troubled legacy in the US as well as a nod to the allure of doing business on campus.
There are still some causes for concern, but the infrastructure asset class is growing up fast.
Quick off the mark With two major transport deals closing in the first quarter, the US market has started 2013 with a bang. However, a limited project pipeline means this year is unlikely to be the one that heralds a long-awaited boom in US transport deals. John McKenna reports These are heady days […]
It’s unofficially the fastest-growing urban legend in the asset class.
Obliging legislation and deal flow are making Mexico a magnet for Latin American infrastructure investment. Chris Glynn reports
US infrastructure is improving! But not by very much
UK junior transport minister Norman Baker may end up being the country’s first rock n’ roll minister
With European electricity generation in a state of flux, where can investors find opportunity today? Jim Campion of EnerCap Capital Partners provides a possible answer