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The growing appetite for infrastructure

Infrastructure has come to play an indispensable role in investors’ portfolios, argues Campbell Lutyens’ James Wardlaw, and the asset class continues to evolve.
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Lessons from a decade in infrastructure

Transparency, discipline and diversification are key, says Wim Blaasse, managing partner at DIF Capital Partners.

How technology is revolutionising infrastructure

Boe Pahari, global head of infrastructure at AMP Capital, thinks air travel will be transformed by advances in AI.
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From nascent to mainstream

Alain Rauscher and Mark Crosbie of Antin Infrastructure Partners on the art of spotting new sectors.
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What investors want

Threadmark co-founder Bruce Chapman on the evolution of investor appetite for infrastructure.

Adapting to a changing agenda

Infrastructure has always been about long-term certainty, but changes in everything from regulation to technology are pushing investors to embrace flexibility, say Vincent Levita and Bruno Candès of InfraVia.

Investments on innovation in infrastructure

Smarter use of data is just part of the revolution in infrastructure, say Marcus Ayre and Danny Latham of First State Investments.

The emergence of infrastructure debt

Created in the wake of the global financial crisis, the asset class is perfectly positioned to take advantage when the economy turns once again, says Schroders’ Charles Dupont.
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The promise of infrastructure

With a spiralling infrastructure deficit to address over the next two decades, building trust and connectivity with stakeholders is more important, and challenging, than ever before, writes InstarAGF’s Gregory Smith.

Infrastructure as a service

Austerity, digitisation and shifting demographics have reignited the legitimacy debate, says Hermes’ Peter Hofbauer.
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