Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
Institutional Investing in Infrastructure is a smart and insightful newsletter emailed monthly to members of the global institutional investment community who have investments in infrastructure or are considering the asset class for future commitments. A spin-off product of our annual Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (I3) conference, the I3 publication aggregates and reports news about the transactions, PPPs, fund offerings and commitments, people and more that institutional investors and their advisers need to stay competitive in the market. I3 also delivers in-depth investor and sector profiles, feature articles and interviews with thought leaders and decision makers who are shaping the market.
A subscription to I3 includes a copy of the summary report of IREI’s annual I3 Investors Survey, a report of investor and consultant sentiment and expectations for global infrastructure investment. The I3 publication and the I3 Investors Survey are comprehensive and indispensible resources that support your ongoing success in the market.
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The money talks: Institutional investors speak up at the I3 board meeting and conference
Picking up steam: We have reached the tipping point and infrastructure is here to stay, even if there are still lots of questions to be answered
Give me a piece of shale: North American shale booms, while other countries struggle to catch up
Lessons learned: The past six years in infrastructure investment have been educational, and that should not be lost on investors
Perception meets reality: Expectations of risk in infrastructure investing have been upended
Playing an important role: Infrastructure is a key component of institutional portfolios
Give and take: Infrastructure investors have learned the lesson that leverage can be both a blessing and a curse
The next frontier: New funding models and vehicles in wind power finance are broadening capital participation and lowering funding costs
Brazil's Long and Winding Road: The Country Has Come a Long Way in Reforming Its Economy, with More Travel Ahead
Slowly, Surely and Deliberately: U.S. Public and Private Vehicles Tackle the Challenge of Funding Infrastructure
Inside and out: Southeast Asian economies and companies flex their infrastructure muscle in and out of country
Debt strategies: A primer on infrastructure debt