S&P announces a worldwide infrastructure financing gap and explains how institutional investors could plug it

Collating research from the OECD and McKinsey, among others, S&P concluded that the gap between publicly available funds and worldwide infrastructure financing needs amounts to $500 billion per year until 2030.

Deciding that institutional investors could contribute around $200 billion annually, S&P published a research report on the matter.

This was covered by Infrastructure Investor, Private Debt Investor, FTSE Global Markets, IPE, Funds Europe, Institutional Asset Manager and Pensions Week.

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