Partner Insight: The so-called 'infrastructure gap' that exists in both the developed and developing world has been agued by various bodies including the World Economic Forum. Flows into global infrastructure assets hit a record $413bn in 2016, a rise of 14% on the year before.
Yet it's an asset class that hasn't always been accessible to retail investors and has been marred by liquidity concerns. Listed infrastructure products have helped remedy these fears amid a growing demand...
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