Infrastructure development needs are increasing in all regions of the world and major projects, such as the Juncker Plan in Europe and the Belt & Road Initiative in China, are on their way.
Private capital is needed to finance these projects and institutional investors have long-term bullish plans to invest in infrastructure, providing unique opportunities to the industry.
The global financial crisis has been a trigger for institutional investors to expand their allocation to real assets, including infrastructure. The current low interest rate environment fosters further investments in real assets as investors ar...
For many years, Luxembourg has been the location of choice for infrastructure asset managers to domicile their European investment platforms. However, in light of the potential consequences of Brexit, the change in the global tax landscape and the success of the Luxembourg limited partnership, the Grand Duchy is now the place to be for European and global infrastructure funds, leveraging the country’s vast experience and expertise in alternative investments and global fund distribution.