Infrastructure’s Future Looks a Lot Like Private Equity

The world of infrastructure investing is undergoing structural shifts that require investors to take a more active role in managing their portfolios. Investors can no longer count on generating double-­digit returns from core assets with stable risk profiles. Instead, they need to broaden their definition of infrastructure; develop a transformational plan to grow, improve, and reposition investments; and recruit an investment and management team that can manage companies in an environment of greater uncertainty and complexity.

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Bongani Mankewu
Bongani Mankewu Critical to investment decisions is to understand demarcation and when to invest in Greenfield or Brownfield developments. In so doing... Show more Saturday, 09 February 2019 11:32
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Thami Mthethwa
Thami Mthethwa Indeed Bongani Mankewu it is important as well to ensure that Public Servants employed to oversee these projects are well versed in these dynamics Saturday, 09 February 2019 11:55
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Bongani Mankewu
Bongani Mankewu The Engineering discipline must assume its right in the Sovereign economy, this is the time for us all to stand up, we allowed them to drag us... Show more Saturday, 09 February 2019 12:03
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