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Mensuel de février 2018 - Fonds d’investissement

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Infrastructure funds – worldwide demand is continuing to grow
By Eduard von KYMMEL, Head of VP Fund Solutions*   The number and volume of infrastructure funds is steadily rising. 2017 might even have been a record year for this coveted asset class. Fund raising in 2017 was significantly higher than in 2016. In historical terms, Australia and Canada have long-term experience of this asset class. Some pension funds in these countries invest up to 15% of their total assets in infrastructure assets (brownfield) and infrastructure projects (greenfield). By contrast, while European investors have taken longer to develop interest, they are now steadily raising their allocations. In this conjunction, Dutch and Scandinavian pension funds are currently the biggest investors in these asset classes.   What are the main reasons...
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