Tag Archive: European Investment Advisory Hub

What to look for when investing in infrastructure: S&P writes for FT pensions title

Writing for the Financial Times’ Pensions Expert, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance at Standard & Poor’s, argues that while Europe needs more infrastructure, austerity means the public sector cannot meet the demand for the necessary investment – indeed, the UK alone posts a current deficit of about £60 billion. Wilkins explains that the …

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S&P tells GB&FR that all eyes are on Europe’s Juncker Plan

Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance at Standard & Poor’s, writes for Global Banking & Finance Review about the ‘Juncker Plan’ – an initiative announced by the European Commission in January, which has the ambitious objective of boosting Europe’s faltering economies by delivering €315 billion of infrastructure investment over the next three years. Certainly, securing …

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S&P talks to TFR about how investment in infrastructure can more than double your money

At a time when more private investors are entering the infrastructure market, filling public funding shortfalls, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance at Standard & Poor’s, Michael Wilkins, discusses infrastructure multipliers with Trade & Forfaiting Review in their July/August Awards issue. He explains that investment in infrastructure generates much more than the initial spend in terms …

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“The European Investment Advisory Hub is a key pillar of the Juncker Plan”, S&P tells the specialists

Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance at Standard & Poor’s, explains that the recently-launched European Investment Advisory Hub (EIAH) is a key participant in the delivery of finance to infrastructure projects across the EU and, therefore, is a key pillar of the European Commission’s (EC) ‘Juncker Plan’. The plan aims to boost economic growth …

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