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From the Current Issue Infrastructure 101: A guide to white papers and reports focused on infrastructure investing. by Drew Campbell. Private-infrastructure assets are often considered to act as inflation-hedged high-income bonds, whose risk and correlation …
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(6 days ago) Macquarie leaders to co-found Palisade’s new impact investing platform. by Kali Persall | Oct 18, 2021. Palisade, an independent, specialist infrastructure manager that provides dedicated and professional investment management services to institutional investors, has appointed former Macquarie executives Steve Gross and Jeremy Wernert to co-found Palisade Impact, a specialist impact
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(2 days ago) Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (i3) is a smart and insightful publication emailed monthly and mailed quarterly to members of the global institutional investment community who have investments in infrastructure or are considering the asset class for future commitments.i3 reports news about the transactions, fund offerings, commitments and people that institutional investors and their
Investing like the Harvard and Yale endowment funds
(2 days ago) investing with the top five The superior returns, long-term investment horizons, and stable asset allocations of the top five funds make benchmarking to their asset allocations attractive. Academic research by Brinson and Ibbotson et al. has confirmed the strategic asset allocation of a portfolio is the dominant driver of both return and risk.
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How to invest in equipment leasing Institutional Real
(3 days ago) Ancient clay tablets from 2000 B.C. Sumer record the leasing of farm implements. Ancient Phoenicians leased ships using very specific residual assumptions, thus making equipment leasing the world’s oldest form of finance. Banking, in contrast, began during the Roman Empire about 700 B.C., and compound interest did not exist as a concept until well into the second millennium.
The Elements of Investing in Real Assets
(Just Now) The Elements of Investing in Real Assets 4 The Globalization Factor In the design of a real assets strategy, we believe it is important to consider the global linkages of inﬂ ation. Exhibit 2 delineates the long-term inﬂ ation history across developed and emerging markets. Exhibit 2: Historical CPI Trends by Region World Developed Economies
Frequently Asked Questions Institutional Real Estate, Inc.
(2 days ago) Yes, definitely! While 10 years ago only a few tax-exempt investors had real estate investments overseas, today it is far more common. Interest in cross-border investing is increasing as institutional investors seek greater portfolio diversification and look to capitalize on the best risk-return opportunities.
10 quantum computing stocks for individual investors
(7 days ago) By investing in a company that is not a pure quantum startup, you may not get the full-blown potential of watching your investment soar with a quantum unicorn, but backing these well-established companies offers some positives for the right investor.
How to Invest in Senior Housing Institutional Real
(Just Now) In some rare instances, high-net-worth individuals can invest in private equity funds, but typically these opportunities are limited to “friends and family” and often require minimum investments of $1 million or more. For high-net-worth individuals seeking to invest in senior housing, it is really a question of access.
The expanding vision for impact investing Institutional
(2 days ago) Back in 2015, respondents to the GIIN survey reported just $35.5 billion AUM. Morningstar data also illustrates the steep upward trendline of impact investing. During 2019, almost $20.6 billion of new investment flowed to ESG mutual and exchange-traded funds. This is up from $5.5 billion just the year before — a nearly 400 percent increase.
Roundtable: What are the hottest categories in impact
(5 days ago) Impact investing has grown in popularity because a growing segment of the population wants the companies with whom they work to reflect their individual values. It will be interesting to see over time, as people’s life experiences and perspectives change, if their investment philosophies adapt as well. Topics like social justice, environmental sustainability and financial inclusion are top
How to invest in mixed-use real estate projects
(6 days ago) The primary case for investing in mixed-use assets is that the combining of uses generates revenue and value premiums that exceed the incremental cost of delivery or acquisition. In other words, mixed-use assets get better rents. Market data largely supports this. Apartment buildings, as one example, with a strong ground-level retail program
Entity investing: Owning a piece of the pie News
(8 days ago) Investing in a corporate entity is the private-equity portfolio’s job, not the real estate portfolio’s. But that bright line between real estate investing and private-equity investing is beginning to blur. Led by the country’s largest pension funds, real estate investors are beginning to see the advantages of investing in the operating
New investing themes for a new decade Institutional Real
(Just Now) New investing themes for a new decade. Urbanization, demographics, technology — these are some of the repeated mantras used by thematic investors for many years running, even as the U.S. and global economies have undergone a metamorphosis worthy of a Kafka novel. Yet, investment strategists seem to keep repeating the same, old, tired set of
Roundtable: Where Family Offices Are Investing Their
(1 days ago) Impact investing. This is a venture capital-like strategy that aims to generate both a financial return and measurable social or environmental gain. It’s particularly popular with younger family members because it can be meshed with charitable or social values.
Unaligned interests: Modern real estate investing means
(7 days ago) Think 21st century real estate investing and technology typically comes to mind. Websites, apps and other digital tools have definitely made investing easier and quicker than ever. While the adoption of technology within the real estate industry has become more widespread and increased access for all types of investors, one component that has lagged, even when compared to its publicly …
Big Impact: Why impact investing is gaining traction among
(8 days ago) Impact investing — the choice to make investments with a positive social impact — is gaining momentum among institutional investors. According to a 2016 Global Impact Investment Survey, assets under management in this sector increased from $25.4 billion in 2013 to $35.5 billion in 2015, indicating substantial growth and strong investor appetite for social impact investments.