Alternative sources of infrastructure financing have developed over time as investors seek new ways of generating returns on their capital. Infrastructure investments are gaining popularity as an attractive asset class for institutional investors who favour long-term, stable cash flows that provide protection against inflation. Our full report examines the growth in this asset class, its historical returns, the profiles of various infrastructure investors and key factors that influence their investment decisions.
The infrastructure market and its investment trends are evolving. Megatrends such as technological advancements and demographic shifts across ASEAN are fuelling demands for new infrastructures with a strong focus on sustainability. Correspondingly, investors, governments, developers and other market players are broadening their investment and financing horizons to seize opportunities and catalyse growth. Our full report examines key evolving trends that will define the future of infrastructure investment
While it is clear that the infrastructure investment market in Asia is rich in potential, it is also clear that there are many challenges that first must be overcome in order to fully realise this potential. These include:
With this in mind, governments, multilateral agencies and capital markets all play strategic roles in helping to address these challenges and facilitate private sector investments into infrastructure. Our full report dives into their strategies and tactics to sustainably develop the infrastructure investment landscape.