As a new asset class, infrastructure has proved itself over the last decade establishing a strong track record that highlights its potential to enhance returns and mitigate risk as part of a broader portfolio.

Furthermore, the expected total return for private infrastructure is now greater than the expected total return of a 60/40 portfolio, with income also representing a substantial component of the return from infrastructure.1

In this paper we explore how private core infrastructure provides investors with the D-I-Y benefits of diversification, inflation protection and yield along with a strong focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles.

We also examine recent trends in valuations, discuss options for accessing infrastructure investments, and explain why—with institutional investors’ average allocations still below target—the expansion of the asset class continues to provide opportunities for early movers.

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