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Over the past two decades, institutional and private investment in public infrastructure has steadily increased. The long-term and diversified nature of infrastructure projects and the strong return profile have led to the asset class gaining the interest of the fund management, pension fund and insurance industries.
Infrastructure will play a key role, not only in rebuilding economies, but also in the geopolitical shifts that may occur as the world recovers from COVID-19, with the Investment Plan for Europe, the announcement of the Green Recover Budget by the UK, and President Biden’s commitment to a “Green New Deal.”
However, since the start of the COVID-19 lockdowns in Q2 2020, global private infrastructure investment has been trending downward. In Q4/2020, private infrastructure investment was only 60% of Q4/2019 levels.
The 5th Infrastructure Investor Summit will discuss the impact of the virus on the global infrastructure business, from changing market perspectives to industry adjustments along the infrastructure value chain. Finally, the summit will provide an outlook on key trends and developments in 2022.
Founder and Managing Director, XOLARIS AG
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