The evolving role of lending in the private infrastructure world
Join the Infrastructure Debt Forum and connect with global investors, issuers, and developers to explore how debt is providing security and opportunity for forward-thinking investors.
Find out about investor appetite for lending in the private infrastructure world on 24 March.
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Connect with a global audience of investors looking to allocate to infrastructure debt and benefit from focused networking with the right people.
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Explore why infrastructure debt may be considered the new core infrastructure class, how debt managers can improve their ESG integration, the key infrastructure sectors ripe for debt investment in 2022, and much more.
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Infrastructure Debt Forum - Thursday 24th
Introduction from Infrastructure Investor
Welcome from the chair
The new core infrastructure? How debt is providing security & opportunity for forward-thinking investors
- Fewer defaults and higher recoveries? The reasons why infra debt is outperforming other alternative credit strategies
- The big names and big launches flooding to market as the asset class matures
- Can debt overtake equity as the core infrastructure class of the future?
Investor views on infrastructure debt opportunities in 2022 and beyond
- Amidst the continuing evolution & definitions of alternative assets, where does infrastructure debt sit in LP portfolios?
- Funds vs separately managed accounts (SMAs) – what are most appealing to LPs at present and why?
- Why LPs are choosing infrastructure debt as their route towards diversification and a broader debt mandate
Moving with the times – how debt managers can improve their ESG integration
- The fallout from COP26 and expected impact on global infrastructure debt funds, projects and returns
- SFDR – operating infrastructure debt funds under articles 7, 8 & 9
- Examining the ‘S’ and the ‘G’ in an era dominated by the ‘E’
- Exerting influence as a debt investor
Coffee & networking
The emergence of the green infrastructure debt brand
- Who’s labelling their funds as ‘green infrastructure debt’ and what exactly does this mean?
- How wary should LPs be of greenwashing in these instances?
- Finding value and generating returns whilst working within investor demands and the EU taxonomy
Networking lunch with Digital Infrastructure and Energy Transition Forum attendees
The rise and rise of higher-yielding strategies
- Examining the supply and demand for junior debt strategies
- What profile of investors are looking at this and how might this change in the coming years?
- Finding value across the capital structure in the quest for core-level return generation
The cost of debt: too good to be true?
- What market factors are causing current debt prices to be so cheap?
- Is this sustainable?
- What should LPs and GPs alike be wary of when it comes to pricings in the coming months?
Pinpointing the key infrastructure sectors ripe for debt investment in 2022 and beyond
- Assessing the trends driving investments in energy transition, social, digital and other infrastructure projects
- How sophisticated must LPs be to lead the charge when it comes to sector-specific fund selection?
- The where and the what – finding the right opportunities in the right regions across the globe