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The European Union keeping US passengers off  its revised pandemic travel list means a large chunk of long-haul international flights will take longer to resume operations.
Boris Johnson’s extraordinary ‘I am not a communist’ moment will have dashed the hopes of an expectant private sector.
Early signs indicate the nascent asset class is proving resilient to the pandemic’s shock, its first big test.
Building housing for underserved communities serves a necessary social need while also generating sufficient returns for long-term, income-orientated focused capital.
The realities of the pandemic should prompt the industry to re-examine the risks it has taken over the past decade.
The leaders of some of the most prominent firms have spoken out about discrimination.
The UK’s City of Westminster pension fund wants to add one, separate to its existing infra allocation. Here’s why others might consider it too.
European Union Flags
Plans have emerged for a €10bn-a-year EIB green infrastructure fund, but it should not crowd out sectors where private capital has made significant strides.
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GP-led processes were used to isolate top performing assets during the bull market, so why not the opposite now?
There are legitimate obstacles around climate disclosure. But even where good frameworks exist, clarity can prove terribly elusive.
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