The country’s aviation industry has received a $3bn boost.
Austerity measures are still putting a brake on deals in the region, as the US begins to pick up speed.
The I-4 Ultimate, a landmark deal for both Florida and the US as a whole, has reached financial close.
Details are scant so far, but the California pension fund has plans to team up with others for deals.
A leading private equity secondary investor has waded into infrastructure with a key hire.
Developed markets are all the rage, as investors fight shy of emerging market risks.
Illinois’ description of South Suburban Airport – a project it is considering – as Chicago’s third regional hub seems to overlook Indiana’s existing and expanding Gary/Chicago International.
West African nations have just announced a $21bn PPP programme. Like in most emerging markets, however, investors want to see tangible guarantees and progress before parting with their money.
Despite some reservations, many fund managers view Mexico’s energy reforms as a huge opportunity. Yvonne Li runs the rule over the country’s post-monopoly environment
Governments in Asia are increasingly focused on creating the right environment for greater private participation in infrastructure investment. But political will alone does not translate into opportunities, writes Siddharth Poddar
Changing energy dynamics in the US have created exciting opportunities for infrastructure investors – but how best to exploit them? Yvonne Li met with four experts in New York to gather clues
Three years after its spinout from Deutsche Bank, iCON Infrastructure has a new base from which to plot its ambitious moves. Having beefed up its team, and with a new fund on the agenda, Andy Thomson meets with a team confident that plentiful deal supply in the mid-market can help it live up to its name
How can investors in public-private partnerships be certain that they have the right contracts and relationships in place in the event of a claim? Mike Roberts of Cunningham Lindsey International offers some key insights.
Oregon’s track record with regard to P3s may be less than impressive, but current efforts and initiatives indicate a promising future. Kalliope Gourntis reports.
Tweaks to Balfour Beatty’s valuation methodology have led to a 46% uplift in its portfolio. Matthieu Favas explores the rationale behind the UK developer’s strategic decision
Are infrastructure valuations as immune to volatility as they are assumed to be? Matthieu Favas investigates
The roll-out of increasingly sophisticated road-pricing solutions presents particular challenges for toll road investors, as Robert Bain explains.
Frequently associated with long-term, predictable cash flows, infrastructure should be relatively straightforward to value. Yet Matthieu Favas finds that subjectivity often plays a large part in the process
The Solvency II Directive drew attention to the lack of recognition of the infrastructure asset class. Meridiam’s Thierry Déau and Matthieu Muzumdar met with Andy Thomson to discuss how a new association aims to raise its profile.
Congressman John Delaney fronted TV ads to win support for his investment plans.
Traffic jam becoming too much to bear? Just tell Congress what you think.
Pioneer Mike Watts came up with a uniquely practical solution to delays caused by road repairs.
We take a look at the key public-private partnership developments from around the world over the last month.