Turning liquidity provider
Financing infrastructure assets rather than investing equity in them has become increasingly attractive to institutional investors. Cécile Sourbes reports
The straight and narrow
Investors no longer want highly leveraged, private equity-style infrastructure products, and the market is slowly responding, writes Maha Khan Phillips
Rebecca Sherlock explains how ESG considerations can help improve the performance of a listed infrastructure portfolio
Reconnecting the pipeline
As the traditional infrastructure financing pipeline dries up, alternative sources need to be found, Gesine Kippenberg writes
Renewables heat up
Solar energy has already attracted pension fund interest. But will it become the preserve of infrastructure or real estate managers? Alex Price gives his assessment
Why are pension funds suddenly so guarded?
Pension funds and fund managers have been blamed for an apparent reluctance to invest in infrastructure by two recent reports. One report, by alternatives data firm Preqin, claims even institutional...
A familiar story
Property is not the only ‘real asset’ sector suffering from a lack of financing. Georg Inderst looks at the opportunity to invest in infrastructure debt
Taking to the global stage
Henning Klöppelt highlights the benefits of investing via spezialfonds and looks at why the German vehicle is beginning to hold its own internationally
The elephant slows
Nowhere is immune from the global credit crisis, India included. Paul Benjamin assesses how the global downturn has affected the real estate markets of the economic powerhouse
Baby boomer or enfant terrible?
Infrastructure is still a young asset class, but it has the potential to grow bigger than private equity or even real estate. First, though, it must attract sceptical investors Richard Lowe reports
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