GAM launches low carbon infrastructure strategy in Australasia

Strategy to invest in private funds

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GAM launches low carbon infrastructure strategy in Australasia

GAM Investments has launched a low-carbon infrastructure investment strategy in Australasia that is set to invest in private funds with exposure to low-carbon infrastructure projects.

The strategy, which will be managed by GAM's Alternative Investment Solutions (AIS) team, will target the $880bn market, as the pandemic continues to highlight the critical role of infrastructure to economies and society. As environmental concerns continue to escalate in line with support for net zero targets, asset managers are increasingly looking to scale investment in renewable infrastructure. "We are delighted to launch this strategy. We believe it is a great opportunity to help decarbonise the economy by investing in private, low carbon, energy transition infrastructure funds," ...

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