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Pricing Power: How infrastructure funds are taking on inflation

Pricing Power: How infrastructure funds are taking on inflation

May 2022 | In early 2022, I Squared Capital, KKR and Stonepeak closed infrastructure funds at almost double the size of predecessor vehicles. After the Covid-19 shock, the asset class has proved its resilience – now, investors want to use it for inflation protection too.
The ‘Pricing Power: How infrastructure funds are taking on inflation’ special report comprises zero separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
Infrastructure as an asset class proved its resilience during the pandemic and continues to grow in terms of AUM. Now LP investors want to see if it has the inflation protection it has always been associated with too…
Renewable energy platforms and the transportation of liquified natural gas (LNG) are already key pillars of the global infrastructure market. Recent gas supply fears in Europe should harden their appeal to others…  One of the key levers in the West’s response
Behind the eye-watering valuations and growth projections, a wider spectrum of risk-return strategies is opening up in the digital infrastructure sector… KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners’ (GIP) acquisition of one of the world’s largest data centre operators, CyrusOne, in March
Following the close of its fourth flagship infrastructure fund, and with strategies targeting Asia and renewables, Luke Taylor (pictured) at Stonepeak explains what is driving interest…
Energy transition and digital infrastructure strategies have attracted new LPs into the asset class. The majority now plan to increase their allocations as sustainable investment becomes the norm…

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