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Philippe Taillardat argues the asset class must revitalise itself to benefit from the new industrial revolution.
Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs wants to use technological innovation to create a fully digitised smart city in Toronto, while innovating the financing structure for infrastructure assets.
Respondents to a Husch Blackwell survey cited project efficiency, financing advantages and risk transfer as reasons why public-private partnerships are attractive.
EDHECInfra’s Sarah Tame explains how its eight broad market indices aim to give investors the tools needed to measure the asset class’s risk-adjusted performance.
The UK's agricultural industry is turning to renewables as a fresh source of income at a time when farming subsidies face uncertain prospects.
The tables have turned with infrastructure funds, once edged out of deals by yieldcos, now buying these vehicles.
Former Build America Bureau executive director Martin Klepper identifies five key provisions in the administration’s plan that could boost private infrastructure investment.
With large-scale projects in the pipeline, add-on investments to be done, a promising renewables market and interesting opportunities for those willing to venture off the beaten path, tales of the Australian market’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
How much value added comes from riding the interest rate curve versus more sustainable improvements?

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