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The two regions led the asset class to buck last year’s trend, experiencing a 17% increase in fundraising growth compared to the 11% drop private markets experienced as a whole, McKinsey reveals in a recent report.
An academic paper says alternative credit could reduce the length and severity of economic downturns.
With upcoming elections in several countries, political uncertainty is one of several factors that may lead to ‘some slowdown’ in the region this year, but the impact on the infrastructure sector is not expected to last.
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Mar Beltran of S&P Global Ratings argues infrastructure credit is not only growing, but becoming more robust, although the number of speculative-grade ratings has been on the rise.
Of the private capital multilateral lenders have mobilised, only 3% has been invested in low-income countries, S&P finds.
Intense competition, high valuations and regulatory uncertainty have led SWFs to shift from infrastructure to public equities – at least in developed markets, a new report finds.
Some 84% of investors surveyed told law firm DLA Piper that infrastructure project proposals in the UK have become too politicised.
The power sector could save $16bn a year if it addresses issues such as power theft, high subsidies and massive overstaffing a Bank of America Merrill Lynch study finds.
Reliable data security measures are more important than returns or fee alignment to LPs, according to the annual CFA survey on investor trust.
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