Hedging inflation with infrastructure

 

Michelle Butler

Senior Portfolio Specialist

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6 minute read

July 2021

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The potential for high inflation to linger and how to protect investment portfolios in that environment is a common investor concern.

Michelle Butler, Senior Portfolio Specialist, discusses how listed infrastructure has historically delivered inflation sensitivity when needed, the drivers behind that sensitivity and current sub-sector opportunities.

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Michelle Butler, Senior Vice President, is a Real Assets Portfolio Specialist for Cohen & Steers, specializing in Global Listed Infrastructure, Midstream Energy, and Commodities.

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