Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

December 1, 2022: Vol. 15, Number 11

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Winds of change

The writing on the wall is crystal clear when it comes to the longer-term shift away from conventional energy in favor of cleaner alternatives. Yet, that transition is still years in the making, and in the meantime, traditional hydrocarbon-based fuels continue to play an important role in powering economies and generating returns for investors.


Public to private: Listed infrastructure markets are seeing a wave of unlisted buyers taking public infrastructure companies private, as well as buying controlling and noncontrolling interests.

When Deutsche Telekom went looking for buyers for its telecom towers business, it naturally started with a list of telecom companies. But in the end, it was Canadian alternative-investment heavyweight Brookfield Asset Management and U.S. private-equity house DigitalBridge that came in with a last-minute bid in July to buy 51 percent of the towers business.

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