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Covid-19 and social unrest following the murder of George Floyd have highlighted the lack of investment in underserved communities, Epiphany Community Holdings’ founders tell Infrastructure Investor.
UBS AM's Alex Leung takes a look at how working from home, social distancing and de-globalisation – should they become permanent – will change infrastructure and opportunities for investment.
Digital infra has certainly moved into the mainstream. But with technology advancing at lightning speed, a growing number of investors are quickly recognising its wider potential.
Segmentation within the infrastructure asset class didn’t emerge in 2019 but it did take on new forms, one being specialist funds.
Brookfield Asset Management will hold its stake in its fourth infrastructure fund while Infratil will undertake an equity raising to help finance its investment.
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