Infrastructure Investor ran an exclusive preview of CEPRES's upcoming report comparing private market infrastructure investment vs. public market infrastructure performance.
Private infrastructure investment delivers significantly better advantages than its listed counterpart, according to recent analysis from CEPRES.
Comparing returns from 550 private infrastructure funds with those of the S&P Global Infrastructure ETF (GII) and Alerian ML ETF (AMLP), CEPRES found that private markets only yielded negative returns once in this period — in 2009 — while AMLP's returns were negative one out of three years of these and GII had four negative return years. Private infrastructure funds returned on average 7.54 percent between 2007 through 2022.
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