Getting really close to assets and stakeholders increases the chances of consistent infrastructure returns
It is rational in times of crisis to focus on the short term and preservation of capital. Infrastructure investors, however, have the luxury of looking to longer-term horizons and not having to be overly concerned about short-term volatility in valuations.
But while infrastructure has a longer outlook than many other asset classes, its success depends on far more than simply operating an asset for a long period of time. We think the asset needs to be genuinely useful to society and must earn legitimacy by operating in a way that benefits all stakeholders, not just investors in the asset.
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