Infrastructure: Building on Strong Foundations

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Infrastructure: Building on Strong Foundations

May 2018

By Alan Flanagan, Robert Wagstaff

As investors seek long-term, stable yields from assets that are vital to economic growth, fund managers need to be doing far more to improve transparency and reporting.

 

Infrastructure is growing rapidly as an asset class, with investors seeking long-term, stable yields from assets that are vital to economic growth. However, fund managers need to be doing far more to improve transparency and reporting. In partnership with FT Remark, our third report in The Race for Assets series offers insights for both fund managers and institutional investors in the infrastructure asset class.

 

Challenges of Infrastructure Investing

Alan Flanagan, Global Head of Private Markets Solutions, and Sonal Patel, Corporate Trust U.S. Business Development Group Head, explore the challenges to providing information on a timely basis to investors in infrastructure.

BNY Mellon's Role in Infrastructure Investing

Alan Flanagan, Global Head of Private Markets Solutions, and Sonal Patel, Corporate Trust U.S. Business Development Group Head, discuss what BNY Mellon can do to help infrastructure fund managers and investors.

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Infrastructure Q&A

 

New challenges have infrastructure fund managers seeking answers. BNY Mellon’s Alan Flanagan, Global Head of Private Markets and Dermot Finnegan, EMEA Head of Private Markets, discuss the current landscape, technologies being developed to address these challenges, and what the future may hold.

 

READ INFRASTRUCTURE Q&A

Bridging the Gap

Governments cannot meet this demand alone.

Alan Flanagan

Managing Director, Global Head of Alternatives

Robert Wagstaff

Corporate Trust Market Head for Australia

Learn more by visiting The Race for Assets series page.

 

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