Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

April 1, 2017: Vol. 10, Number 4

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Infrastructure

Research review: A guide to recent infrastructure research reports and papers

According to the report, policymakers are searching for ways to make the architecture of investment funds more effective and coherent. The future of funds report reviews seven important multilateral climate funds and makes operational and architectural reform recommendations aimed at improving their performance in delivering low-emissions and climate-resilient development.

Infrastructure

Anbaric, OTPP form clean energy development partnership: New company will target North America

Anbaric, a clean energy company based in Wakefield, Mass., and the C$168.2 billion ($124.4 billion) Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan have formed a partnership to create a new development company, Anbaric Development Partners. The partnership will develop clean energy infrastructure projects in North America, accelerating the revitalization of aging transmission networks. The existing Anbaric management team will lead the new company.

Infrastructure

On the horizon: The i3 conference is fast approaching

Institutional Real Estate, Inc. will host its 12th annual i3 conference in May in Toronto. With the event fast approaching we have been checking in with our advisory boards via conference call and email to learn what issues and topics are impacting decision makers investing in infrastructure in 2017.

Infrastructure

Second to none: Finding investments in the highly competitive infrastructure market is a challenge

The infrastructure secondaries market is still small compared to private equity or real estate, but the market for them has taken root, is growing steadily, and shows clear signs of maturity. Industry watchers expect their use to grow further as investors search for effective ways to gain infrastructure exposure and as both general and limited partners provide a steady stream of fund assets for sale as they manage maturing portfolios.

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