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A coming of age for the energy transition

FIRSTavenue’s Tavneet Bakshi and Chris Tehranian on the evolution of a new asset class.

The evolution of asset management

Thierry Déau of Meridiam explains how a hands-on approach to infrastructure investment is critical to mitigating risk – and maximising returns.
Rob Gregor, Spence Clunie, Angelika Schochlin, Oliver Schubert, Anthony Gordon

Roundtable: Making sense of a packed mid-market

With no shortage of funds to choose from, infrastructure’s mid-market is booming. However, size, discipline and maturity are among the issues our five industry experts are having to contend with.
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Redefining resilience

Infrastructure has always been about long-term, sustainable cashflows. But how you get there is changing, say InfraRed’s Harry Seekings and James Hall-Smith.

Towards a sustainable future

Martin Stanley, who is in his 10th year at the helm of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, explains why ESG best practice is critical to long-term performance.
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The segmentation of a maturing asset class

Infrastructure funds are increasingly specialising by transaction size, sector, geography and risk profile as LPs seize control of their exposure, says Jamie Storrow of Northleaf Capital Partners.
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The rise of infrastructure private equity

Lennart Blecher, Alex Darden and Matthias Fackler of EQT on the emergence of a distinct value-add asset class.

Changing of the guard

Clifford Chance’s James Boswell, Toby Parkinson and Javier Amantegui look at who owns critical infrastructure in 2019 and potential new sources of capital in the future

Why biggest isn’t always best

The mid-market has become well established, says Tiger Infrastructure Partners’ CEO Emil Henry, with growth capital providing an exciting way to diversify risk.

The rise and fall of PPPs

Patrick Mitchell and Matthew Job of Herbert Smith Freehills on what comes next for public-private partnerships in UK infrastructure.
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