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Investing in water as an asset class

Thursday, January 10, 2008
We have neither an infrastructure nor a utility bias toward our water led allocation - rather we focus on “water as a core investment”.

A SQUARE :: 10Jan08 Investing in water as an asset class
Category Water
Author Sona Blessing
We have observed that players allocating to water (as a sector/theme) start to loose traction when they surpass the USD 200mn threshold. Another differentiator
- in being small we stay agile.
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