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Infra investors cannot escape the fact that asset prices are formed in a market, where systematic risk exists, a reality that covid-19 has underscored further, the research institute says in a recent study.
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A study from fund administrator Gen II Fund Services sheds light on how fund managers expected the pandemic to affect their valuations.
It’s not just ‘a wall of capital’ chasing too few deals that has driven up infrastructure valuations in the past 15 years, but other systematic factors as well, the research institute says in its latest study.
Of the private capital multilateral lenders have mobilised, only 3% has been invested in low-income countries, S&P finds.
The power sector could save $16bn a year if it addresses issues such as power theft, high subsidies and massive overstaffing a Bank of America Merrill Lynch study finds.
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