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How Public Pensions Are Getting Smart About Infrastructure

Sep 24th, 2015 | Filed under: Institutional Asset Management, Operationally Intensive Real Assets

Guest columnist Jill Eicher looks at how public pension funds are cutting out the middle man and leveraging the power of their own capital for infrastructure investments.Read More

Advancing the Infrastructure Investment Narrative

Aug 11th, 2014 | Filed under: Alpha Strategies, Infrastructure, Insolvency

Intuitively, the problem with valuing the debt issued by an private SPE in an illiquid infrastructure project is this: the free cash flows of the SPE aren't easily observed. So how does one go about deriving their present value? Read More

Investing in Britain’s Infrastructure: With and Without Guarantees

Jan 28th, 2013 | Filed under: Infrastructure, Institutional Investing

The bottom line of EDHEC's study is that there is no need to create new public sector liabilities to get private sector institutions to invest in infrastructure. Read More

Crumbled Portfolios Look to Rebuild with Infrastructure Investments

Feb 9th, 2012 | Filed under: Alpha Strategies, Infrastructure

Infrastructure is a perpetual investment, whether it's rebuilding old, existing underpinnings in developed markets or building the foundations that turn an emerging nation into a developing one. Preqin looks at this lesser known investment that underpins many alternative portfolios.Read More