The Handbook of Infrastructure Investing by Michael D. Underhill
(Wiley Finance)

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A comprehensive overview of cutting edge infrastructure investment topics from sector experts

Infrastructure investing is one of the fastest growing and most complex asset classes facing investment professionals, practitioners, and academics. The Handbook of Infrastructure Investing examines this dynamic discipline by featuring contributions from numerous investment experts in each sector.

Salient topics include timelines for domestic and international infrastructure investing; progression of strategies and present day trends; challenges of successful infrastructure programs with labor unions; events in history that have ushered in new reforms; and much more.Unearths some of the biggest investment opportunities available and addresses how to make money, while meeting other portfolio investment objectives: environmental, socially conscious, and governance principles, pro-labor investing and other collateral investment objectivesOffers insights from some of the best minds in the businessCovers the resurgence in transportation, the types of deals associated with it, and how transportation finance has changedContains commentary from public pension funds, endowments, foundations, and family office investment professionalsProvides an overview of the traditional and alternative energy sector and the abundant investment opportunities within it

As infrastructure investing continues to grow, you'll need to enhance your understanding of this field. The Handbook of Infrastructure Investing will get you up to speed on all the issues associated with it, and provide a dynamic working guide to building an infrastructure investment program.


About Michael D. Underhill

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MICHAEL D. UNDERHILL is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Capital Innovations, LLC, a global infrastructure investment advisory firm established in 2007. He is responsible for managing the firm's investment activities and chairing the firm's investment committee. He is a quoted expert on infrastructure investing in both print and broadcast media and has served as a resource in Dow Jones Publications, Investment & Pensions Europe, The Economist, Pension & Investments, and numerous industry journals. Underhill has directly advised some of the largest sovereign wealth funds, public pension funds, and financial institutions on investing in the infrastructure sector across unlisted and listed infrastructure securities. During the span of his career, he has been involved in over $15 billion of investment management transactions. Underhill earned a BS in economics from Pennsylvania State University.
Published April 29, 2010 by Wiley. 197 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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