OPINION: Making infrastructure more attractive to investors

OPINION: Making infrastructure more attractive to investors

Project & Infrastructure Finance Comment & Opinion

By Joaquim Levy Institutional investors are increasingly interested in infrastructure but face important hurdles to increasing their exposure to it. Pension funds and insurance companies have a natural interest in infrastructure as a long-term asset yielding predictable and robust cash flows, with low correlation to other assets.  The risks of new (“greenfield”) infrastructure projects are, however, often well beyond the typical fixed-income risk appetite and the mandate of many managers.   The

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