Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

November 1, 2016: Vol. 9, Number 10

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From the Current Issue


The future is here: How technology is affecting infrastructure investment

We live in a world where technology is changing more rapidly than we can consume it. Some of the technologies being presented to us are straight out of a science fiction movie. And these technologies affect the world in which we live in more ways than we might think. Technologies such as driverless cars, drones and sensors are revolutionizing the infrastructure industry. Or they will be soon.


Print it: A look back at i3 over the years

It is sometimes hard to believe Institutional Investing in Infrastructure is approaching its 10th year in publication. IREI launched i3 in 2008, first as a quarterly print publication and supplement for the i3 conference, and then as a monthly digital publication as the financial crisis hit and resources were pinched. With our November issue, we return to printing i3 on a quarterly basis to help supplement our digital version and as a first step toward seeing through our original objective when we first set out — to be a monthly print “magaletter,” part newsletter and part magazine. 


A conversation with Ted Brooks, Craig Noble and Gerald Stack

Institutional Investing in Infrastructuresenior editor Drew Campbell spoke with three listed infrastructure managers about the current market. Below is an excerpt of this conversation with Ted Brooks, portfolio manager, global listed infrastructure with CenterSquare Investment Management; Craig Noble CEO and CIO of Brookfield’s Public Securities Group and portfolio manager on the global infrastructure team; and Gerald Stack,portfolio manager, global listed infrastructure with Magellan Asset Management.  

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