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Europe offers an array of opportunities for infrastructure debt investors. But selectivity is key, says Bertrand Loubières, head of infrastructure finance at AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets.
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With definitions of infrastructure expanding and abundant liquidity available in the debt market, managing risk is top priority, says Matthew Norman, Crédit Agricole CIB’s global head of infrastructure.
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Infrastructure debt is coming of age, says Jean-Francis Dusch of Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management.
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Low interest rates and favourable regulatory treatment make infrastructure debt the ideal bet for 2020, says head of infrastructure finance at Ostrum Asset Management, Céline Tercier.
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Appetite for infrastructure debt is growing as investors become more familiar with the asset class and concerns about the credit cycle grow, say Macquarie Infrastructure Debt Investment Solutions co-heads Tim Humphrey and Kit Hamilton.
ESG best practice mitigates risk and enhances returns, says Whitehelm Capital chief executive Graham Matthews. What’s more, investors are becoming increasingly sophisticated at spotting the real thing.
Infrastructure investors’ attitudes to risk have evolved significantly but there is still more work to be done, says FIRSTavenue’s head of US project management Chris Tehranian.
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A growing number of investors are looking to complete co-investments alongside their infrastructure managers, says Jessica Kennedy, director of investor relations at Northleaf Capital Partners.
With the possibility of a downturn on the horizon, execution-driven value creation strategies are an investor’s best course, say Todd Bright and Simon Merriweather of Partners Group.
North America roundtable 2019
In the first of two roundtables this month, six infrastructure experts discuss the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in the US, Canada and Mexico.
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