- October 1, 2019: Vol. 12, Number 9

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Global listed infrastructure: Playing offense with defensive assets

by Brookfield Public Securities Group

Global Listed Infrastructure: Playing Offense with Defensive Assets was published in May by the Brookfield Public Securities Group. The full article, footnotes and disclosures are available at

Infrastructure assets, the backbone of the modern economy, provide essential services for everyday life. They facilitate the flow of electrons on a wire, hydrocarbons through a pipeline, cars on a toll road and data transmitted among cellular towers, along with many other important functions. Listed infrastructure companies that own and operate these long-lived and historically highly cash-generative assets are often natural monopolies protected by high barriers to entry. Their cash flows are generally derived from regulated or concession-based revenues, often linked to inflation. Due to the inherently inelastic demand of the services they provide, there is a high degree of transparency of the expected revenues over the

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