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Too much money entering the market is now the number one investor concern, according to the San Francisco-based placement agent. We bring you seven slides showing the rise of value-added funds.
After a slowdown in projects, liquified natural gas supply is expected to outpace demand in around 2022, though battery storage may pose a threat to the sector.
Advances in battery technology stand to boost renewables, while posing challenges for traditional power and gas-fired generators, according to the rating agency’s latest report.
The UK remains the top destination when ranked purely on private sector participation.
However, national infrastructure plans receive lukewarm backing, according to a joint Global Infrastructure Hub and EDHECInfra study.
The country’s market for public-private partnerships has grown by $437bn in the first half of this year.
Moody’s expects to see several ‘innovative, precedent-setting credit enhanced transactions’ backing developing world infrastructure in the next 18 months.
The government maintains it does not anticipate further delays to the lengthy approval process.
The placement agent’s 2017 survey saw a majority of institutional investors keeping their infra exposure flat.
The ratings agency said tight budgets and risk management will lead more colleges and universities to enter public-private partnerships for campus developments.

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