The Future of Listed Infrastructure
The most commonly used listed infrastructure benchmarks can differ quite substantially from each other, particularly in sector allocation, but they all share one critical flaw: they reflect economies as they stand today and do not anticipate change. But the future of infrastructure is likely to look very different, Redpoint says.
AustralianSuper and the Energy Transition
The Energy Transition offers much more than investing just in renewable energy, AustralianSuper says. And with the Green New Deal taking off in the US, the fund is now forging ahead with establishing a New York office to capitalise on these opportunities.
Infrastructure: Opportunities in a Crowded Market
Cyril Cabanes, Head of Infrastructure investments, Asia-Pacific, CDPQ, shares his views on the Australian and Indian markets, his take on disruption and the Canadian pension fund manager’s new in-house expertise in infrastructure development and operation. With all the debate surrounding driverless cars and the future of transportation, you could almost forget driverless trains have been […]