Infrastructure Investing's Future Is in Roads, Power, and Water
This just in: $57 trillion (!) in infrastructure investments will be required between today and 2030, according to new research by McKinsey. That's a lot. And this begs an obvious question for the global community of institutional infrastructure investors: In what market segments, and in which geographies, will the investment opportunities manifest? Because we know that more investment opportunities will be coming, as the cash-strapped governments of the world simply cannot fund this $57 trillion without the help of the private sector. So, I'll ask again, where will most of these infrastructure opportunities be coming from? To answer that, I grabbed two nice charts from the report that help to clarify things...
Posted January 29, 2013 3:19 PM by ashby
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New Research: 'Frontier Finance' :
Adam Dixon and I just released a rather optimistic paper about the future of finance entitled, "Frontier Finance". Why so optimistic? Because we genuinely believe that the increasing importance of 'frontier investors' represents a window of 'locational opportunity' to remake the map of the investment management industry and, in turn, the very nature and scope through which such organizations engage with sell-side service providers. And we believe that this new map of finance will be better than the one many are using today... Get the paper here.
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