Bruno Alves caught up with seven leading industry professionals in Sydney to discuss how Australia is re-writing the narrative on privatisation and making procurement more institutional investor friendly
In this new regular section of the magazine, we take a look at the key public-private partnership developments from around the world over the last month
Are you prepared for cyber-attacks on infrastructure assets? If not, then you should be, warn Ben Beeson and Angel Kuan of Lockton
There is a new opportunity for container terminal investing in the US, according to Henry Pringle and Foster Finley of AlixPartners. However, do not expect the ‘second wave’ of opportunities to be the same as the first
McKinsey’s Robert Palter, argues that direct infrastructure investors should put capex and operations specialists on a par with deal originators to maximise returns
Many equity fund managers will talk of the project construction phase in awed tones – preferring to concentrate their efforts at the safer, operational end. Erich Becker tells Andy Thomson why Zouk Capital is happy to break the mould
The need to build new infrastructure at a time of constrained finances presents challenges for Australia’s state governments. Matt Amor, Katie Dean and Cherelle Murphy of ANZ offer a possible solution
Huge investment is required to fund Australia’s infrastructure, but where will it come from? Julian Vella of KPMG looks at the changing dynamics
The general public is usually against privatisations, but sentiment may all depend on the nature of the new owners. Michael Hanna of IFM explains further
The banking sector has been a target of increased regulation, but Greg Maclean of AMP Capital explores ways in which innovation could create new opportunities for investors and the banks themselves
Martin Stanley looks daunted at first, and then a smile breaks out. He has just been asked to assess the evolution of Macquarie’s infrastructure investing activities since the Australian banking and financial services giant first launched into the space around 20 years ago. The smile is because he now recalls a similarly enormous challenge that […]
Infrastructure asset valuation can be complex but also stimulating, finds Chris Glynn.
The infrastructure secondary market is not necessarily the place to go if you’re looking for bargains. Andy Thomson finds out why.
This month, our readers tell us regulation is still the key risk, argue that Meridiam’s unwrapped UK university bond deal is an exception, and stress emerging markets are not arriving: they are here now.
Thanks to projects like the I-4 Ultimate in Florida, the US may yet find a way to avoid a huge predicted infrastructure shortfall. Karl Reichelt of Skanska assesses the P3 landscape.
Madison Grose of Starwood Energy urges infrastructure investors to come together to shine a light on adverse behaviour by governments.
Infrastructure is presented with a golden opportunity as low bond yields fail to prompt rotation into equities.
US transportation and infrastructure chief Bill Shuster has backed off high-speed rail, and so has Capitol Hill.
Institutional investors can bring a lot of positives to the UK water industry - but the bidders for Severn Trent were denied the chance to prove it.
It seems city officials in China are more likely to be promoted if they invest in infrastructure rather than the environment.
Who’d be a parent these days? One Spanish water company claims that it is – against all the evidence.
And, with that in mind, a leading asset class professional hastily watered down his reflections on PF2.