Geneva's QUAERO Capital: what investors get wrong on infrastructure

"(...) A recent study by the EDHEC Infrastructure Institute (June 2016) examined whether listed infrastructure stocks have the potential to create diversification benefits. (...)"

Cited As:

Mark Ebert

Manager of Geneva-based asset manager QUAERO Capital’s Infrastructure Strategy.

"(...) A recent study by the EDHEC Infrastructure Institute (June 2016) examined whether listed infrastructure stocks have the potential to create diversification benefits. (...)"

Type: Press article
Date: le 12/09/2017
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : CityWire

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