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By KGAL Investment Management (Infrastructure)
Historically, the typical risk profile of renewable energy investments has been determined to a high degree of regulation, intended to eliminate price risk through fixed feed-in tariff systems and volume risk through embedded priority to dispatch mechanisms. Together with the subsidy-like character of tariffs, this has been a major driver in the tremendous development of the European renewable energy investment market over the last 20 years. It moved renewable energy investments away from its niche presence within the infrastructure space and into the focus of the broader investment community as a stand-alone asset allocation.
By Generali Real Estate
Generali Global Infrastructure (GGI) Managing Partner Gilles Lengaigne and Senior Advisor Stéphane Voisin, discuss how the EU Green Deal is consolidating GGI’s impact investment strategy and, more broadly, the historic opportunity for infrastructure investors to engage in outcome-based investment approaches.
By Canada Life Investments (Real Estate)
The bond markets have evolved so much since the last crisis it is difficult to imagine how anyone could have written a more epic script, particularly when it comes to what constitutes the new “normal” level of yields and to the ever-expanding roles of central banks - the US Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed) and the European Central Bank (ECB) being at the forefront of this.
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