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Pensions and other institutions should embrace professional third-party managers when investing in infrastructure, argues David Snow.
An exclusive gathering in California hosted by Stanford University sheds light on what pensions are seeking from infrastructure managers – and what the pensions might do if they don’t get what they want, writes Cezary Podkul.
Chris Josselyn explains why it’s high time that infrastructure investors take the African infrastructure proposition seriously.
Cezary Podkul explains what went wrong with Florida’s ‘Alligator Alley’ bidding process.
It’s been a big, busy week for Infrastructure Investor, with crowded networking events taking place on both sides of the Atlantic to mark the launch of our magazine and website.
Chicago’s parking meter fiasco illustrates how rusty due diligence can put a huge dent in an infrastructure deal, writes Cezary Podkul.
Think water utilities are risk-free? A look at the current UK market might make you gulp, writes Chris Josselyn.
The state’s slow smothering of PPPs shows that state legislators’ chances for re-election trump good public policy, argues Cezary Podkul.
Is this week’s wrap-up of the £6.2bn PFI for London’s M25 motorway a sign that the project finance market is finally getting going again, asks Chris Josselyn.
A bill recently passed in Arizona provides an example of how investors can help get the haulage industry on board for PPP enabling legislation in the US, writes Cezary Podkul.
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