Alex Moss
Managing Director
Consilia Capital

listed and unlisted infrastructure

There has been a noticeable increase in allocations to infrastructure by both institutional and retail investors over the last five years. This has been driven by a desire from investors for income, inflation hedging characteristics, a low correlation with other asset classes, and, where possible, liquidity.


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About the Author

Alex formed Consilia Capital in 2012 and has over 30 years’ experience in real estate finance and global capital markets. He is a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School.

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