Experienced global investment team

Our investment team is one of the largest dedicated to listed infrastructure investing, with leadership that has overseen our infrastructure investing since 2004


Disciplined and rigorous investment process

Blends proprietary top-down, macro-level framework with rigorous bottom-up, company-level research


Strong 17-year+ track record, outperforming in both up and down markets


Differentiated performance profile

Historically strong total returns, reduced volatility and inflation hedging

Global Listed Infrastructure

Access to critical forces driving economic change

Including infrastructure modernization, digital transformations of economies, decarbonization and improvements in supply chain logistics

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Attractive complement to private infrastructure

Offering diversified exposure with access to assets and industries that may be less available to private investors

The Cohen & Steers Global Listed Infrastructure Strategy employs a total-return, relative-value approach to investing in global listed infrastructure. The strategy seeks to achieve attractive risk-adjusted total returns over the long term and to outperform its benchmark over a full market cycle (approximately 3–5 years).

Our global listed infrastructure team’s experience positions us to better navigate market risks and identify superior investment opportunities. The team comprises 11 professionals (with an average 13 years of investment experience) whose sole or primary responsibility is to the Global Listed Infrastructure Strategy.


Archived – Essential assets: The case for listed infrastructure

Investors’ search for diversification and inflation protection has put a spotlight on infrastructure, made brighter by massive public investment programs and the accelerating transition to a digitized, decarbonized economy.

August 2023 | 1 min


Delivering value to our clients

Cohen & Steers has been investing in listed infrastructure since we launched our flagship Global Listed Infrastructure Strategy in 2004. Based on our commitment to global listed infrastructure and our drive for excellence, we have built a platform positioned to outperform our peers and deliver compelling returns for our clients.

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An experienced team

Benjamin Morton

Head of Global Infrastructure

26 years of experience

Tyler Rosenlicht

Portfolio Manager, Global Infrastructure

14 years of experience

Thuy Quynh
Thuy Quynh Dang

Portfolio Manager, Global Infrastructure

24 years of experience

+8 analysts and associates


Supporting our investment team and clients

Michelle Butler

Senior Portfolio Specialist

28 years of experience

Evan Serton

Senior Portfolio Specialist

22 years of experience

We believe listed infrastructure offers attractive long-term growth potential and inflation protection through favorable pricing mechanisms and predictable, often inflation-linked, cash flows. The philosophy that guides our Global Listed Infrastructure Strategy is underpinned by the following principles:

Global listed infrastructure markets are inherently inefficient

due to regulation, industry fundamental cycles, securitization of the asset class and a lack of dedicated specialist coverage, which provides opportunities for active investment managers to add value.

A strict definition of the investment universe is critically important to manage global listed infrastructure portfolios.

A disciplined investment process

that combines top-down industry/sector research with bottom-up company specific analysis can deliver a sustainable advantage because of the range of infrastructure subsectors with varying business models and economic sensitivities.

Experience and local, on-the-ground research are critical

to understanding local regulatory precedents, local languages and the prevailing political environment.

The delivery of superior risk-adjusted returns demands an embedded, comprehensive and multidimensional approach to risk management.

We seek to take advantage of the following inefficiencies in the global listed infrastructure markets:

  • The discounting mechanism of public markets whereby price movements typically occur ahead of changes in fundamentals
  • The variations in infrastructure subsector fundamentals that result from changing macroeconomic conditions
  • The opaqueness, lack of history and limited investor experience


Our investment process

The strategy employs a total-return, relative-value approach, and we adhere to a strict definition of the listed infrastructure universe that focuses on core owners and operators of infrastructure assets.

Investment universe
We begin by identifying the core global infrastructure investment universe, with a strict focus on owners and operators of infrastructure assets with stable cash flows that tend to be regulated, in monopolistic or oligopolistic sectors that have high barriers to entry. Although the universe is global and well diversified on regional and sector bases, as an active manager we may choose not to invest in a particular country, subsector or company.

Fundamental research
Analysts are responsible for conducting detailed bottom-up research, developing high-conviction views on fundamentals and valuations on the companies they cover. We continually reassess management’s capabilities to add value and deliver on its goals. In addition, we integrate ESG factors into our research and valuation models.

Subsector overlay
A proprietary macroeconomic overlay ranks the attractiveness of infrastructure subsectors based on our view of key macro factors and drives subsector allocations in our portfolio.

Portfolio construction
After we have determined subsector positioning, outputs from security-level models quantify relative value within each subsector. As valuations change, we rotate capital among individual securities. Risk management, diversification, liquidity and other factors are also key considerations.

Changing the imperative from ‘energy transition’ to ‘energy addition’

Changing the imperative from ‘energy transition’ to ‘energy addition’

September 2023 | 28 mins

Aggregate energy demand will continue to increase in the coming decades, which is creating attractive investment opportunities across both the alternative energy landscape and the traditional energy value chain.

Essential assets: The case for listed infrastructure

September 2023 | 27 mins

Investors’ search for diversification and inflation protection has put a spotlight on infrastructure, made brighter by massive public investment programs and the accelerating transition to a digitized, decarbonized economy.

Infrastructure investing in the new economic paradigm

April 2023 | 10 mins

The prospect of enduring inflation, anemic global growth and heightened market volatility in 2023 and beyond amplify the importance of a dedicated listed infrastructure allocation.

Institutional Investor: Competition Is Fierce for Private Infrastructure Deals. Here’s An Alternative

February 2023 | 1 min

Portfolio Manager Tyler Rosenlicht spoke with Institutional Investor for a feature story on our recent infrastructure thought leadership and why listed infrastructure can be an attractive alternative or complement to private infrastructure in a portfolio.

What the energy transition means for infrastructure investing

January 2023 | 18 mins

The energy transition is providing numerous infrastructure opportunities as the world moves from hydrocarbons to renewable energy. With that said, challenges do exist, which points to the fact that renewables and conventional energy will need to work hand-in-hand on the road to Net Zero.

Inflation Reduction Act is a net positive for listed infrastructure

August 2022 | 3 mins

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) addresses three key areas: climate issues, corporate taxes, and healthcare.

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