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Has private equity lost its historical advantage in today’s economy?
Hugh MacArthur, Head of Bain & Company’s Global Private Equity Practice, shares their insights into whether private equity is losing its historical advantage, and how the experts in the industry are staying afloat.
eMagazine: What to do when things get tough in 2020
Are you ready for 2020? Private equity and venture capital trends you need to know as we head into the next decade, from investor views to economic outlook, in SuperReturn's first eMagazine for 2020.
Sustainable investment is the key to bridging the infrastructure gap
Why should sustainability be at the heart of every infrastructure investment? We hear from Rick Walters, Director, Infrastructure at GRESB.
How can real asset investors build an all-weather portfolio?
Join Andrea Echberg, Partner and Head of European Infrastructure and Real Assets at Pantheon, in a deep dive into portfolio construction and the outlook for the asset class in the current macroeconomic environment.
Tapping into Asia’s unmet infrastructure needs
What are the tips to making the most of Asia's infrastructure opportunities? Which sectors and strategies offer the most returns?
Infrastructure investment: an increasingly risky business?
Jeffrey Altman, Senior Advisor at Finadvice AG, highlights the main risks when investing in infrastructure in this day and age.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative: six takeaways for investors looking to tap the opportunity
How is China’s Belt and Road initiative growing and evolving over time, and what does this mean for the investors?
Drivers of change in the rising European infrastructure market
Explore how infrastructure investing, digitalisation and other key themes are shaping the European infrastructure market.
Sourcing and running successful real asset portfolios with Alex Darden
What are the key factors in sourcing deals successfully, and maintaining a positive relationship with firms in your portfolio? Alex Darden, Partner at EQT Partners, shares his thoughts.
More than a Belt, More than a Road – Paul Haenle on the Chinese Initiative
Paul Haenle, Director, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, speaks to us about the influences of the Belt and Road Initiative from trade and economics to international relations and geopolitics.
Plenty of opportunities in African infrastructure, but mind the gap
It is a great time to invest in African infrastructure, but what are the drawbacks? Carole Wainaina, Chief Operating Officer of Africa50 Infrastructure Fund, reveals the highs and lows of investments in Africa's infrastructure.
Tim Emrich: Next-Gen Technology
While much has been made about the growth of the renewables market over the past decade, one of the biggest challenges remains aging infrastructure and a system that’s being propped up by incumbent utilities less than eager to embrace change.
“Infrastructure can also exit”
"It will be interesting to see what the reaction of infrastructure will be in a downturn market, but I feel like it could expose some of the advantages - rather than weaknesses - of the asset class and it could prove resilient as a result."
The next generation of infrastructure
The potential impact of private markets on the future of infrastructure projects should not be understated: improved efficiency, lower costs, greater reliability, enhanced user experience and ultimately higher overall satisfaction with the services being provided are among the potential benefits private market involvement can bring.
Renewable energy in an uncertain U.S. political landscape
The actions taken by the Trump Administration have so far had a limited impact on prospects for renewable energy investment.
Investors double down on infrastructure
The infrastructure fundraising market has been strong in recent years, providing fund managers with a record amount of capital ready to deploy.
Opportunities and challenges in infrastructure
Join the producer of SuperReturn Infrastructure 2017 to decipher the biggest talking points that are predicted to shape the infrastructure sector.
Creativity is key to unlocking attractive secondary deal flow
In our experience, participants need to have a deep GP network and rounded team capabilities across origination, due diligence, negotiation, pricing, structuring, asset underwriting and execution to be able to complete these types of structured secondaries transactions.