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Is video conferencing poised to be the new normal or will the sector revert to in-person due diligence and face-to-face meetings?
As the world learned to work from in 2020, the importance of reliable digital infrastructure became apparent, making it an increasingly attractive asset for investors.
Airport assets are more closely tied to reducing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic than, perhaps, any other sector in infrastructure.
As the pandemic surges this winter, we look back at how it’s impacted the asset class and what's in store as we head into 2021.
What the future holds for the different parts of the sector in a post-covid world, and how investors will need to adapt to seize opportunities.
Covid-19 and more awareness of the climate crisis have led to change, writes UBS Asset Management’s head of infrastructure research and strategy, Declan O'Brien.
Back in June, Infrastructure Investor asked 10 leading market experts to predict how the pandemic would transform the asset class. Here’s a snapshot of what they said.
Emerging and diverse managers received less than 3% of capital commitments closed in H1, raising fears they are being left behind as the pandemic changes fundraising.
REM - Light rail - Montreal
The Canadian pension has shown resilience during the pandemic, despite recording a 1% loss in the first half of the year, infrastructure chief Emmanuel Jaclot tells us.
Kempen Capital Management’s director, private markets, Marvin de Jong, warns that the covid-19 crisis is not a re-run of 2008.

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