Gregory J. Smith, president and CEO, InstarAGF Asset Management, calls for a procurement revolution to unlock much-needed funding
Social infrastructure might be somewhat dormant, but innovative investors up and down the risk spectrum can still find opportunities, writes Bruno Alves
AIIM chief executive Jurie Swart explains how an understanding of the African environment and a highly-skilled team have been central to the business’ success over the last 16 years
Africa Finance Corporation’s Oliver Andrews and Osaruyi Orobosa outline why it is still so hard to make African projects bankable
The continent’s energy sector offers plenty of opportunities for private investors, but the lack of bankable projects remains a considerable challenge.
Dealflow constraints, political changes of heart and fierce competition are all part of the Australian landscape. But five industry champions tell Matthieu Favas why the market continues to compare favourably to its peers
Limited in size and prone to short-term turbulence, the Australian market can’t be the whole answer to investors’ dealflow problems. But those who stay for the long haul stand to be rewarded.
The tech giant has formed a subsidiary to sell excess power from its renewable facilities. Incumbents beware.
A flurry of activity is putting the African power sector in the limelight. Matthieu Favas takes stock of the latest breakthroughs
Our fundraising radar stayed away from the big hitters this month to concentrate on renewable ventures, follow-on efforts and listed infrastructure. Matthieu Favas reports
After years of research and getting to know the market, Russell Tencer, founder of United Wind, is making his distributed-wind model a mainstream investment, reports Jordan Stutts
The firm has hired Pat Eilers from Madison Dearborn Partners to build a team – and eventually new products – focused on conventional power, as Bruno Alves reports
Generous solar tariffs created a highly fragmented market. Now investors are seizing this opportunity to make a play for consolidation, as Jordan Stutts reports
Diloshini Seneviratne retired at the end of June to spend more time with her family and focus on volunteer work, reports Bruno Alves
Control Risks’ Jean Devlin, Oliver Wack and David Lea take us on a journey across three continents to outline how social risk can be mitigated
Actually, that is not the question. For those who invest in emerging markets, the real question is how to hedge.
What are wind investors supposed to do when the weather poses a risk to production? Some are turning to insurance products to stabilise cashflows, finds Jordan Stutts
Too few infrastructure assets are sufficiently prepared against cyber-attacks. For governments and operators, it’s time to plug in, writes Matthieu Favas
When volatility and instability take hold in various parts of the world, where does an infrastructure investor focused exclusively on emerging markets run for cover? Kalliope Gourntis finds out
We take a look at five key infrastructure risks in the pages that follow, analyse how they threaten investments and outline what can be done to mitigate them, writes Bruno Alves
Time and again the industry is inundated with information about widening investment gaps and how to address them. But one basic step is often overlooked
TMF Group’s Bruno Bagnouls and Paul Adamiak talk about the firm’s international expertise and its unique corporate trust and fund administration offering in infrastructure
Launched 15 years ago, PSP Investments has become one of Canada’s largest pensions. Guthrie Stewart walks Kalliope Gourntis through the organisation’s growth story and explains how PSP strives to be non-institutional