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Team members bring diverse backgrounds and deep experience in both infrastructure and equities markets to our funds.
Team members bring diverse backgrounds and deep experience in both infrastructure and equities markets to our funds.
this paper outlines the key challenges for ev acceptance, analyses the rollout of ev charging infrastructure around the world, and considers practical ideas for investors to super-charge the uptake of ev.
The fund’s investable universe includes utilities, toll roads, railroads, airports, energy infrastructure, mobile towers and data centres. these assets have high barriers to entry, effective pricing power, sustainable growth and predictable cash flows. within this space, we seek companies ...
global listed infrastructure delivered mixed returns during the march quarter. hopes that recent banking sector weakness may cause the pace of interest rate rises to slow were offset somewhat by persistent concerns for high inflation.
Our global listed infrastructure team combines specialised knowledge and skills with a disciplined investment process to deliver long term capital growth and inflation protected income by investing in the shares of companies around the world that own or operate infrastruct...
global listed infrastructure rallied into the year-end, helped by indications that the contagious omicron variant may prove less economically disruptive than initially feared. the ftse global core infrastructure 50/50 index returned +7.3%, while the msci worl...
global listed infrastructure held up as investors grew increasingly concerned about rising inflation and future interest rate increases. us consumer price index jumped by a higher-than-expected 8.5% in march compared to a year earlier, the largest annual gain since december 1...
Tap into a relatively stable investments in real assets, infrastructure, property and essential services we all rely upon
global listed infrastructure climbed in the december quarter on hopes that interest rates may increase at a slower pace than previously anticipated; and as china lifted its strict covid restrictions.
Demand has remained strong across airports and toll roads globally. this strong demand seems somewhat counter-intuitive to the uncertain economic outlook and significant cost of living pressures throughout the world.
As we inch closer to a covid-19 recovery, what is the outlook for listed infrastructure and infrastructure investing? not all sectors have been impacted equally, or will recover at the same pace. ​
global listed infrastructure decreased as central bank tightening measures, elevated inflation levels and concerns for lower economic growth rates continued to weigh on financial markets.
Mounting concerns for higher interest rates caused widespread turbulence in financial markets during the September quarter.
global listed infrastructure delivered mixed returns in november following news of a potentially more infectious coronavirus variant, and on indications that the us federal reserve may start to reduce monetary stimulus measures sooner than expected. the ftse global ...
Rebecca sherlock, global listed infrastructure portfolio manager, delves into the missing jigsaw piece in the transition to a clean energy economy.
Rebecca sherlock, global listed infrastructure portfolio manager, discusses the energy trilemma of trying to balance affordability, sustainability and reliability when we set energy policy.
The best performing infrastructure sector was railroads (+14%). north american freight rail operators shrugged off supply chain hold-ups to deliver very strong earnings results. pipelines (+6%) continued to gain on the view that high energy prices and a recovering global economy wou...
The best performing infrastructure sector was airports (+6%), on us plans to ease pandemic-related restrictions in november for air travellers from 33 countries including china, india, brazil and most of europe. pipelines (+5%) gained on the view that strong energy prices would prove su...
We recently spent several weeks in the us visiting listed infrastructure management teams, regulators, politicians, industry associations and conducting asset tours. the following paper provides an overview of our findings.
global listed infrastructure companies outperformed both global equities and bonds in 2022. we believe the financial and economic factors contributing to this outperformance may remain in play in 2023.
global listed infrastructure performed well against a volatile market backdrop, fuelled by persistent concerns for higher inflation and lower growth.
Responsible listed infrastructure interview - square mile and rebecca myatt
In this video rebecca sherlock, global listed infrastructure portfolio manager, outlines actions active managers can take to influence companies
Our philosophy is very simple. We are constantly searching for high quality businesses and when we acquire them, we will work relentlessly with them to create long-term sustainable value through innovation, ESG-led and proactive asset management.
We know we need to pivot our approach if we are to minimise the environmental impacts of our business operations, no matter where our offices are based. In March 2022, we announced a firm-wide target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across our business operations in line with a target of net ze...
global listed infrastructure delivered strong returns in july, as lacklustre economic data sparked investor hopes that interest rate rises may increase at a slower pace than previously assumed.
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For infrastructure companies, looking after all stakeholders is a fundamental part of honouring their social license to operate. how companies behave, especially during challenging times, gives tremendous insight into their overall commitment to social responsibility.
global listed infrastructure fell in the september quarter as market expectations that interest rates were likely to remain “higher for longer” were priced into valuations.
Vaccine rollouts and government stimulus have led to expectations of higher economic growth, inflation and interest rates. this has put pressure on listed infrastructure returns with the asset class significantly underperforming global equities over the past 12 months. but wi...
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The best performing infrastructure sector for a second consecutive month was energy midstream (+6%) following strong december quarter earnings numbers. rising energy prices, reflecting the view that sanctions would impede russia’s oil and natural gas exports, provided the sector with addit...
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The best performing infrastructure sector was towers / data centres (+7%), which gained on easing bond yields, positive earnings results and the anticipation of higher growth rates as telecom operators ready themselves to deploy 5g equipment onto tower sites at scale.
The best performing infrastructure sectors were water / waste (+9%) and electric utilities (+4%), as investors sought defensive assets against a backdrop of rising delta variant case numbers. the worst performing infrastructure sector was pipelines (-2%), which consolidated strong y...
global listed infrastructure delivered mixed returns during the march quarter, despite positive investor sentiment and generally robust fundamentals.
The best performing infrastructure sector was towers (+6%), on the view that the rollout of next-generation networks would be supportive of tower earnings growth. lower bond yields provided an additional tailwind to these interest rate sensitive companies. pipelines (+5%) also gained again...
The two best performing infrastructure sectors for a second consecutive month were electric utilities (+4%) and water / waste (+3%). us electric utilities were supported by a positive june quarter earnings season, and a renewed focus on their longer term opportunities to invest in transmis...
listed infrastructure gave up ground during the march quarter. rising geopolitical tension, regulatory headwinds and higher bond yields weighed on most infrastructure sectors.
American listed infrastructure (ali) has seen a significant increase in merger and acquisition (m&a) activity. private market and foreign corporate buyers are paying premiums of 25% to listed markets, often for non-controlling stakes. this m&a illustrates the intrinsic value ...
The best performing infrastructure sector was pipelines (+3%), reflecting exceptionally strong march quarter earnings numbers, a disciplined approach to capex spending, undemanding valuation multiples and a higher oil price.
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A growing consensus that interest rate cuts were likely in 2024 drove a strong quarter for global listed infrastructure, with gains for every infrastructure sector and region.
global listed infrastructure underperformed in 2023 owing to rising interest rates and a shift away from defensive assets. relative valuations are now at compelling levels. infrastructure assets are expected to see earnings growth in 2024 and beyond, aided by structura...