June 25, 2021 | Institutional Investor | 1 minute read

Bracewell’s Fernando J. Rodriguez Marin and Nicolai J. Sarad examined new PitchBook research with Institutional Investor reporter Jessica Hamlin showing a promising future for infrastructure fundraising despite an uncertain financial climate.

Rodriguez Marin and Sarad said infrastructure may have survived the past year because of its “anti-inflationary properties.” Rodriguez Marin added that investors are attracted to the sector because of its monopolistic properties.

For government-backed public infrastructure projects, Rodriguez Marin told Institutional Investor that “the grantor, whoever has the right to control those fees, can allow flexibility in the increase of those prices, so that’s how we think they’re inflation protected.”

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