Equity capital’s involvement in infrastructure is nothing new and has allowed institutional investors unprecedented access to one of the most stable asset classes known. Since equity investors first began their involvement, however, the concept of ‘infrastructure-like’ assets have been introduced, partly funds themselves. IJ research analystsVander Caceres and Riz Malik explore recent trends in equity flows in infrastructure and offer a picture of what is to come.
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