Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
June 1, 2013: Vol. 6 Number 6Buy For $175.00 Add to Cart
Inside and out: Southeast Asian economies and companies flex their infrastructure muscle in and out of country
Billions of dollars are pouring into Southeast Asian countries for infrastructure development, while Southeast Asian companies with strong balance sheets flex their muscles by investing in infrastructure outside their borders.
Debt strategies: A primer on infrastructure debt
Infrastructure debt has gained attention as a private debt strategy. It merits this attention because an infrastructure debt strategy can be readily deployed and achieve attractive risk-adjusted returns in a market where value is difficult to find.
A Conversation with Richard Threlfall
Richard Threlfall is head of infrastructure, building and construction with KPMG, and he sits on the KPMG U.K. corporate finance board. Threlfall has spent 20 years financing and structuring infrastructure projects with KPMG as well as in positions with Citigroup and as a civil servant with the U.K. Department for Transport, where he was with the road, rail and aviation departments. From 1996 to 1998, he was Private Secretary to the U.K. Secretary of State for Transport and the Deputy Prime Minister. Institutional Investing in Infrastructuresenior editor Drew Campbell spoke with Threlfall about the U.K. government’s Pension Investment Platform and the country’s infrastructure market.