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The US infra landscape is shifting for foreign investors

With more hurdles erected for overseas money, firms need to be switched on to the Trump administration's recent legislation, write Mario Mancuso, H. Boyd Greene, & Luci Hague.

Proskauer: Funds should prepare for worst-case Brexit scenario

The law firm advises funds to act now to put contingency plans in place for a no-deal split between the UK and EU.

UK infra market at ‘crossroads’, report finds

Some 84% of investors surveyed told law firm DLA Piper that infrastructure project proposals in the UK have become too politicised.

Will global investors profit from One Belt, One Road?

Right now, the 'One Belt One Road' initiative is mostly benefitting Chinese investors. Whether it will seed a bigger boom, capable of attracting a substantial amount of non-Chinese private capital is an open question. Nia Tam investigates.

Infrastructure Australia’s reform report: six key points

The independent body’s ‘Making Reform Happen’ paper proposes significant changes to the funding, delivery and operation of infrastructure in the country.

Is Australia’s NEG the wrong policy at the right time?

After months of hand-wringing, Australia’s National Energy Guarantee made significant progress in April. But questions remain about whether it is the right policy and what impact it will have on investment. Daniel Kemp reports.

A lot done – much more to do

India’s infrastructure market continues to entice and, for some, to disappoint. While the government has made infrastructure development a priority and there are pockets of opportunity, the country still isn’t an easy market to invest in, finds Siddharth Poddar

Hastings to wind up Australia business this summer

The Australian asset manager will lose control of The Infrastructure Fund on 31 March with Utilities Trust of Australia termination date to follow in coming months.

Global Summit: Engagement key to managing political risk

Populist sentiment may be putting pressure on politicians to tighten regulation, but improving communication between the public and private sectors – and changing the tone on both sides – is key to managing political risk.

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