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EDHEC Infrastructure Institute just published the latest Infrastructure Benchmarking Special Issue of the EDHEC Research Insights supplement to Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE). In this issue, our…
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28 Jun 2019
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EDHEC Infrastructure Institute just published the latest Infrastructure Benchmarking Special Issue of the EDHEC Research Insights supplement to Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE).

In this issue, our researchers look at the results of the 2019 EDHECinfra/G20 survey of infrastructure investors to show that investors do not understand the risks they are taking when investing in infrastructure, and they put forward a methodology that can address some of the most difficult issues with regard to the fair valuation of highly illiquid assets such as infrastructure equity and debt instruments.

Using data from the EDHECinfra/LTIIA Research Chair, our authors show that systematic risk factors can largely explain the evolution of average prices for unlisted infrastructure asset, and they examine the drivers and evolution of credit spreads in private infrastructure debt.

"Our researchers try to determine if better ESG does improve infrastructure returns, as the environmental, social and governance aspects of infrastructure investments have been an increasingly important set of considerations for investors, and finally they ask the question, is infrastructure always an active strategy?"

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