The 2010 Editorial Advisory Board of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (I3) convened in early November to discuss the challenges and opportunities in today’s marketplace. One benefit of the meeting is board members can hear from a cross section of their industry. For example, an insurance company investor can hear what a sovereign wealth fund or public pension investor thinks about infrastructure investments and vice versa. This type of diversity creates a lively and informed discussion with opportunities for peers to share information with people they might not normally get to do so. The following article reports on the first half of those discussions. The second half will be reported in the January issue of I3.
Election Day in the United States coincided with the 2010 Editorial Advisory Board meeting for Institutional Investing in Infrastructure, held in Washington, D.C., Nov. 2–3. While all eyes were fixed on who American voters would