Investing in Infrastructure—Opportunities from Developed Countries to Emerging Markets
Infrastructure has been the focus of policy and conversation for years, as developed countries look to modernize and transition to sustainable energy while emerging markets seek to build competitive economies. With public money pouring into infrastructure sectors all around the world, investment opportunities abound.
Join the experts at abrdn and VettaFi to learn how an allocation to infrastructure could boost your portfolio.
Topics will include:
- Current market dynamics impacting the infrastructure asset class.
- Key drivers of infrastructure investment opportunities around the world.
- Where infrastructure fits in a diversified portfolio.
Accepted for one hour of CFP/IWI/The American College Board CE credit for live and on-demand attendees
CFA Institute members are encouraged to self-document their continuing professional development activities in their online CE tracker.
Josh DuitzHead of Global Income, Global Equities
Eric PuringtonInvestment Director, Indirect Real Assets
Dan BuchananSenior Director, Closed-End Funds
Robert HuebscherFounder, Advisor Perspectives
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