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Infrastructure Investing in Europe

Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Private investment in infrastructure has become increasingly accepted by Western democracies as they grapple with the demands of ageing infrastructure and increased fiscal constraints. At the same time, pension funds and other large institutional investor.

A SQUARE :: 30May07 Infrastructure Investing in Europe
Category Infrastructure
Faculty Stephen Vineburg
Expertise Infrastructure
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Interest in this asset class is growing as investors seek relatively predictable and stable underlying cash flows, as the opportunity set widens and infrastructure markets deepen. Investors are also increasingly aware of the diversification benefits offered by infrastructure when included in an investment portfolio.
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