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Madrid Spain
Ex-KKR infra co-head Jesús Olmos’ year-old outfit is the exception. In reality, a significant number of LPs are unwilling to commit to first-time vehicles. Here’s why Asterion was successful.
Number 10 Downing Street
The UK government’s ‘infrastructure revolution’ could come with a change to how Treasury assesses projects’ value for money. That would help explain why the private sector’s role in it appears limited.
London UK
The Labour party’s crushing defeat in the UK elections should unblock private capital sitting on the sidelines. But as Ofwat’s Monday ruling shows, some damage has already been done.
Will the asset class grow further? What strategies do LPs prefer? And what keeps them up at night? Get a sneak peak at what 146 investors have to say on these questions.
The industry needs to take pole position and have zero tolerance for slip-ups if it doesn’t want to end up as a rule-taker.
New York
We bring you some expected highlights from our last conference of the year, due to kick off next week.
The 2019 Infrastructure Investor Hong Kong Summit took place against a backdrop of protests. It’s clear investors are aware of the opportunities that Asia can provide – but many are still wary of the risks involved.
From Australia to the UK, questions are being asked by regulators, consumers and corporate customers that must be answered much more effectively.
Women in Infrastructure, London November 2019
How to achieve diversity, dealing with late-cycle ‘schizophrenia’, technology and regulatory risk, and why the right questions are crucial for ESG implementation were some of the key topics covered.
Clean energy - solar
Resiliency and how to measure impact are two key topics coming out of our Sustainable Investing report.
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