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With the United States just weeks away from a Presidential election, the stakes are high for a country that has been grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, social unrest and an economic crisis.
Stewart Investors manage equity portfolios, on behalf of clients, in Asia Pacific, emerging markets, global and sustainable investment strategies.
Andrew Greenup and George Thornely explore the performance of the Global Listed Infrastructure Securities asset class and look ahead to the main themes expected to impact this asset class over the years ahead.
Tap into a relatively stable investments in real assets, infrastructure, property and essential services we all rely upon
Since the publication of our white paper 'Physical Impacts of Climate Change' in 2018 its content has become all the more relevant. Yet so much has changed in this short time. The paper cites the statement by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2018 that climate change will cause som...
"What we do well by being global is recognising trends that are happening in one part of the world, and seeing that as an opportunity in another part." Peter Meany, Head of Global Listed Infrastructure, discusses global trends in infrastructure assets with Graham Hand from FirstLinks.
Deputy Head of Global Listed Infrastructure, Andrew Greenup, tells Livewire the most compelling reasons for investors to consider listed infrastructure as part of their portfolios, some common misconceptions, and shares a high conviction stock pick; the world's largest renewables owner.
With the vision of rolling out the world’s first battery-operated ferries, our unlisted infrastructure team acquired HH Ferries, whose cutting-edge technology will benefit commuters, the environment and the asset’s valuation.
Our unlisted infrastructure team invest in Brisbane Airport because they are a market-leader in sustainable operations – an approach which is increasingly critical to the long-term growth of an asset’s value. Here we explain how some small sustainable changes can add up for an asset’s valuation.