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Across the world, the covid crisis has given way to economic uncertainty. Five Australian finance professionals gathered in Sydney to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing their market.
CBRE Investment Management’s Tania Tsoneva looks back at covid’s impact on the transport sector and ahead at the trends and market forces that will shape it.
Learning from experience and being resilient are key characteristics of a successful infrastructure investor, says Tara Davies, global head of core infrastructure and co-head of European infrastructure at KKR.
Both physical energy storage and the digital tools to optimise its deployment are critical to the energy transition, say Fluence global head of digital asset management Gianmarco Pizza and chief product officer Rebecca Boll.
Infrastructure can be a fascinating and rewarding career – I hope to see more women choosing this path going forward, says Ardian director Leonarda Orani
Infrastructure investment can be a great fit for women who want to make the world a more peaceful and prosperous place, says Antin Infrastructure Partners’ chief operating officer, Melanie Biessy.
Diverse perspectives are key to building a more sustainable and inclusive future, says Stonepeak managing director Carolyn Pearce
Digital infrastructure is one of the most dynamic and high-growth sectors to be operating and investing in today, says Leslie Wolff Golden, global head of capital formation and investor relations at DigitalBridge.
A whole new IT infrastructure is being built to accompany France’s rapid fibre roll-out, say InfraVia Capital Partners’ asset management director Augustin Schneider-Maunoury and chief executive of the firm’s portfolio company IFT, Olivier Raugel.
From decarbonisation to digitalisation, transportation is a sector on the move, says Arcus Infrastructure Partners’ Michael Allen.
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