We see potential for infrastructure to deliver attractive returns for several reasons.
First, the transition to a digitized, decarbonized economy is likely to keep infrastructure in focus. Second, the transition to clean, renewable energy will potentially be a significant driver of infrastructure returns. Third, listed infrastructure has historically offered equity-like returns but with lower volatility than broad equity markets.
Three reasons we think listed infrastructure is positioned attractively
Digitalization of economies is driving a data infrastructure buildout.
Renewables are paving the future for energy usage.
Listed infrastructure has historically offered equity-like returns but with lower volatility than broad equity markets.
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Cohen & Steers is among the largest dedicated listed infrastructure investors. Our strategies leverage the firm’s global trading capabilities and are managed by a dedicated investment team, with senior investment professionals in New York, London and Hong Kong. By being close to their covered markets, our infrastructure analysts, who bring an average of more than 10 years of experience, can provide unique insights into local companies through on-the-ground research.
Benjamin Morton, Executive Vice President, is Head of Global Infrastructure and a senior portfolio manager for Cohen & Steers’ infrastructure portfolios, including those focused on master limited partnerships.
Tyler Rosenlicht, Senior Vice President, is a portfolio manager for Global Listed Infrastructure and serves as Head of Resource Equities Strategies.
Thuy Quynh Dang, Vice President, is a portfolio manager on the Global Listed Infrastructure team and has analyst coverage responsibilities for Europe.
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Risks of Investing in Global Infrastructure Securities. Investments in global infrastructure securities will likely be more susceptible to adverse economic or regulatory occurrences affecting global infrastructure companies than an investment that is not primarily invested in global infrastructure companies. Infrastructure issuers may be subject to regulation by various governmental authorities and may also be affected by governmental regulation of rates charged to customers, operational or other mishaps, tariffs, and changes in tax laws, regulatory policies, and accounting standards.