In this month’s edition of Infrastructure Investor, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance at Standard & Poor’s, discusses the ‘Juncker Plan’ – an initiative adopted by the European Commission (EC) in order to inject €315 billion of infrastructure investment into the Eurozone’s stagnating economy. While most market participants agree this is a step in the right direction – especially as the need for greater infrastructure spending is relatively well understood – convincing investors that the plan offers viable and attractive opportunities is proving problematic, according to Wilkins.
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The March 2015 edition was distributed at the PEI Berlin Summit last week, at which Michael Wilkins spoke.