- August 1, 2019: Vol. 12, Number 7

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Notes from the road: Infrastructure investors are focused on three key themes

by Chase McWhorter

Since early May, I’ve had the opportunity to sit down with many of the leading investors, consultants and fund managers in infrastructure. First, at our Spring i3 Roundtable in New York City, then VIP Infrastructure in Toronto and finally last week at the Equilibrium Forum in San Francisco. During my travels and the many discussions, it dawned on me that, as the managing director of IREI’s infrastructure division, I can provide value simply by listening to industry experts, processing the various conversations and summarizing them into a few simple key themes. Aside from concerns spanning all markets, such as trade wars and interest rates, what follows are three key themes I believe are at the forefront of our industry.

ESG: increased adoption and increased scrutiny

As a policy, when ESG was first introduced, the general sentiment was widely positive. The environmental and socially conscious leaning investors and managers finally had a sta

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