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Simon Söder, Raphaëlle Muhlmann-Eytan, Rosheen McGuckian
Three industry experts tell us how incentives, supply chain management, profit sharing, sensible tax policies and cutting carbon emissions help keep your licence to operate.
As direct investment becomes more common, agency services providers are more important than ever, says Wilmington Trust managing director Will Marder
Secondaries provide diversification and exposure to varied markets within the infrastructure asset class, say Ingo Marten, William Greene and Matthew McPhee of Stafford Capital Partners
Innovative green technologies, smart systems and recycling
Fibre connectivity and data centres are rich sources of deal activity, says Matt Evans, global head of communications infrastructure and co-head of origination at AMP Capital
Solar panels, wind turbines
Andy Pike and Keith Derman of Ares Management say climate infrastructure presents a significant opportunity for investors today
In order to set yourself apart in the crowded infrastructure market, a novel approach is needed, say Gwenola Chambon and Mounir Corm of Vauban Infrastructure Partners
Esther Peiner of Partners Group says the global shift to renewable generation presents a wide range of opportunities, but significant resources, deep expertise and intense collaboration are critical for success
Ian Harding and Jordan Cott of Arcus Infrastructure Partners say the European mid-market presents value creation opportunities for those who know how to manage growth and risk across the investment cycle
Tumbling costs, technological innovation and a move away from subsidies are creating renewables opportunities on both sides of the Atlantic, say Capital Dynamics’ global head of energy infrastructure John Breckenridge and European head of clean energy infrastructure Simon Eaves
Mezzanine marries both yield and security as we near the top of the cycle, says Andrew Jones, global head of infrastructure debt at AMP Capital.

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