Private Infrastructure

Private Infrastructure

What is Private Infrastructure?

Private infrastructure investments come in a variety of strategies involving income and capital appreciation objectives. Infrastructure assets include renewable energy, digital infrastructure, cell phone towers, transportation & logistics, utility related services, airports, toll roads, and waste removal.

Why Private Infrastructure?

  • Strong Income and Return Potential
  • Potential for capital growth and hedge against inflation
  • Low Correlation to public securities
  • Lower volatility as the asset is not subject to day-to-day stock market volatility.

Who Invests in Private Infrastructure

Institutional investors such as pension funds and endowments have been investing in private infrastructure for decades due to its defensive nature and history of attractive long-term returns. Retail investors often have limited exposure to private investments due to factors such as accredited investor requirements and high investment minimums.

Where does Private Infrastructure Fit?

Private Infrastructure can be a viable complement to publicly traded securities in different investment portfolios, ranging from income-oriented to growth-oriented. When used appropriately, private infrastructure can diversify the overall risk-return profile of an investment portfolio. Your Advisor can guide you in deciding.