Investing in the building blocks of society

In today’s low-yield environment, infrastructure debt can offer some attractive benefits for investors striving to meet their liabilities. With a lower correlation both to economic cycles and other asset classes, infrastructure debt has the potential to deliver reliable, secure income over the long term, supported by low default rates and high recovery rates.

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Breaking new ground in the US

In 2016, the University of California was seeking funding for the US$1.34 billion expansion of its Merced campus – a four-year project designed to almost double its capacity by 2020.

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