Asset manager: "Sophisicated" Danes poised for more infrastructure buys

Danish investors are well placed to capitalise on the growing opportunities in infrastructure, says a British asset manager specialized in the field. He tells AMWatch sister site EjendomsWatch about the current scenario in a market undergoing changes.

Ed Clarke, co-founder and CEO of Infracapital. | Photo: PR

Private equity is on course to drive out public investments in certain types of infrastructure, and Danish pension funds are in a strong position to take advantage of the widening access to these once rather impenetrable assets, says Ed Clarke, Co Founder and Director of British asset manager Infracapital.

As the name suggests, the asset manager specializes in infrastructure investments.

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