Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

December 1, 2023: Vol. 16, Number 11

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Food for thought: Editorial board members are hungry for answers moving into 2024

The Editorial Advisory Board of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (i3) convened on Nov. 6–8 in San Diego. Prior to the meeting, attendees were asked to share questions they have for each other regarding concerns they are dealing with at their organization and the challenges that keep them up at night. Here are some of the key themes at top of mind for investors, managers and consultants moving into 2024.


Time: Why there’s never enough — and what to do about it

The most common complaint I hear from CIOs and investment officers around the globe is that they are overwhelmed by the demands on their time. This is true even for those blessed with large staffs — although for most of you, you are also plagued with a lack of sufficient staff resources. Many of you are effectively one-person shows. And some of you are CIOs with no staff at all — you’re running the whole shooting match by yourself.

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