As a market, institutional infrastructure investing has slowly but surely been creating tools that practitioners — whether pension and other investors, investment managers, the public sector, or anyone else with a stake in the market — can use to determine the performance of investments.
Listed infrastructure indices have been with us for a long time, but more recently unlisted infrastructure indices have come on the scene. That is great news — more and better information can help people make better decisions and set performance expectations. And more information about unlisted infrastructure investment performance is something that will help investment staff of pensions funds and insurance companies better communicate the infrastructure story — how it performs and why — to boards of trustees and investment staff that sign off on these investment decisions. In other words, this type of information makes that job easier.
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