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Infrastructure assets are ‘particularly susceptible’ to community distrust and social licence should be considered at all stages of a project to combat this, says a report by think-tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Korea to invest
Korean investors will seek to increase allocations to alternatives, including infra, three LPs say, though they expect activity to pick up in Q3 at the earliest.
Now, more than ever, digital infrastructure is vital for the world economy to grow. As a result, it represents a strong opportunity for investors, writes Joel Kranc.
Digital infrastructure was developing rapidly even before covid-19 forced the world into lockdown; now its importance is clear for all to see.
Mark Richards and Alexander Hadrill of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner examine the impact of the coronavirus on private finance initiatives.
Solar power
China will account for 42 percent of new capacity, driven by a surge in solar power projects, but Western Europe will be the ‘regional outperformer’ in terms of utilisation, Fitch Solutions says.
Our panel of industry experts on the highs and lows of the sector.
There are long-term opportunities, despite the short-term challenges.
Meridiam chief executive Thierry Déau and ENEA Consulting founding partner Vincent Kientz share their roadmap to investing in assets that are more resilient for cities, communities and future generations.
If recent events have shown us anything, it’s that the world is changing and we need to adapt if we’re to thrive sustainably on this planet.
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