Each year, IREI holds its annual Institutional Investing in Infrastructure conference and Editorial Advisory Board meeting for the I3 publication, and this year the events were in Toronto for a second straight year. Even though most attendees say they would prefer Miami over Toronto — Lake Ontario is nice, but it is hard to compete with Miami beaches — Ontario’s capital city is a more practical choice (see page 24).
Toronto might not have the glitz of Miami, but it is home to many infrastructure investors, consultants and investment managers who have a wealth of knowledge to share, so it is a great location for anyone in the market to meet and hear from people who
know the ins and outs of global infrastructure investing.
Attendees at this year’s events included Canadian pension plans such as the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Ontario Power Generation and Ontario Pension Board. They are ex