Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

May 1, 2022: Vol. 15, Number 5

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The ever-evolving definition of infrastructure: Over the past 10 years, the nature of infrastructure investing and how it is defined has changed. Are investors changing with it?

In an inflationary era, with rising interest rates and a war waging in Europe, investors can be forgiven for questioning their conventional methods and definitions of investments within their portfolios. Many investors, even before the economic turmoil of a pandemic, were already anticipating market corrections and, according to a McKinsey & Co. article titled Institutional Investing in the Time of COVID-19, they were embracing risk-factor approaches to portfolio construction.


Strategies for many seasons: The benefits of secondary transactions, continuation vehicles and open-end funds

The market for investing in infrastructure has matured considerably during the past 15 years. It used to be that closed-end funds were the primary way to access infrastructure businesses and assets, and while they still garner most of the attention, the market for other strategies to serve infrastructure investors is growing, giving investors more options to build and manage portfolios.

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