Sourcing and risk management are key to executing green projects in the region.
A boutique investor, now part of Mirova, has become a market leader in financing solar power projects in emerging markets.
In today’s low rate environment, insurers are allocating more and more to private assets.
Alistair Ho, Head of Private Debt APAC at Natixis IM Hong Kong, explains what are the main opportunities in the APAC infrastructure private debt market.
DC members and smaller DB schemes get long-awaited access to illiquid assets.
Are insurers making a mistake when it comes to their paltry allocation to emerging market (EM) Corporate Debt? Loomis Sayles thinks so.
Insurers benefit from long-horizon income, low volatility and reduced capital charge.
S&P Trucost and Natixis IM Solutions detail the extension of the 2°C alignment assessment methodology to private and illiquid asset classes in order to obtain consistent multi-sector, multi-asset class analyses.
Consistent cashflows, even in periods of high volatility, enable investors to match long-term needs.
In a Q&A, Gwenola Chambon, chief executive of Vauban Infrastructure Partners, explains how infrastructure became a portfolio staple.
The energy, industry, buildings and transport sectors together currently account for three quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions, with mobility alone representing no less than 24% of CO2 emissions caused by energy combustion.
Essential, profitable, tangible, mature: all these features explain the growing interest of institutional investors in green infrastructures.
Resilience is enhanced with infrastructure debt instruments.
In this Clear Path Analysis report, Mirova expert elaborates on how the pandemic crisis may energise infrastructure and where are the opportunities in next generation energy infrastructure.
Investment opportunities in the energy transition are no longer limited to the mature solar and wind segments.
Municipal system administrators and investors are reassessing whether the long-term prospects for many critical sectors of the economy have changed irreparably
Ostrum Private Debt Real Asset team looks into the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the renewable sector.
Clear Path Analysis sits down with Denis Prouteau, CIO of Private Debt & Real Assets at Ostrum AM, to talk about the prospects of real assets, infrastructure and private debt going forward.
Charlse Regan, Head of Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Debt Ostrum AM Hong Kong, discusses the top 10 reasons to consider Infrastructure Debt as a portfolio diversifier.
2018 has been a very positive year for volumes in infrastructure debt with conventional and renewable energy reaching peak volume and the appearance of new high-potential territories.
How UK Defined Contribution (“DC”) schemes can overcome the misconceptions that stop them offering investments with superior risk-return potential.
How to source stable, long-term cashflows from infrastructure debt with a strong ESG focus
Céline Tercier, Head of Infrastructure Private Debt at Ostrum Asset Management, explains why financing infrastructure through private debt with an ESG lens contributes to energy transition.
Creating bespoke portfolios through alignment of bank and asset management capabilities
Collateralised assets benefit insurers under Solvency II.
How to incorporate SCR constraints into the portfolio allocation for insurer.
Private debt can be a lower-risk, higher-yielding alternative to traditional bonds.
Institutional investors are increasingly attracted by real asset private debt.
Including alternatives strategies in a portfolio can help to improve performance whilst reducing risk.