Investors are Missing Out on EM Infrastructure

There are many reasons North American investors are taking a pass on buying emerging market infrastructure: compliance, due diligence, unfamiliarity with those markets, to name three. But is their caution warranted, or are attractive opportunities being missed? ¬†Kamal Suppal, chief investment auditor at Emerging Markets Alternatives, an investment auditor, and former senior research consultant at …

U.S. Investor Delegation Kicks Tires of Africa Infrastructure Opportunities  

Though most of the U.S. institutional investors that were part of a delegation that travelled to Senegal and South Africa in early March invest in emerging or frontier markets (EFM), less than half of the funds invest in Africa, and fewer than one fifth invest in infrastructure there, with their EFM holdings primarily in private …