On a quarterly basis, Whitehelm publishes proprietary research on current issues facing the infrastructure sector, and addresses the potential implications and opportunities for clients as the issues relate to their investment portfolios
The implementation of the Basel Accords in Australia as well as the recommendations from the government’s 2014 Financial Inquiry have stimulated significant change in the regulatory landscape of the financial sector. We discuss the impact that such changes have had and will continue to have on investment strategy.
Igasamex is a natural gas distribution company formed in 1996, headquartered in Mexico City. It is focused on the construction and operation of ‘lateral’ (i.e. “last mile”) pipelines connected to major transmission lines and arranging gas supply contracts for industrial customers. Igasamex owns and operates pipeline systems across 12 Mexican states, mainly in the northwest, southeast and central regions of Mexico.
Peninsula Link is a 27-kilometre freeway located in South-East Melbourne connecting the suburbs of Frankston and Mount Martha. The project was procured under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) which involved the design, construction in addition to the long-term maintenance and operation of the freeway. Peninsula Link commenced operations in 2013 and, given its structure as an availability PPP, is not subject to demand risk.
International Parking Group
International Parking Group (IPG) is the owner and operator of hospital car parks across New South Wales and Queensland. IPG’s car park investments are generally delivered under a build, own, operate and transfer scheme, typically for concession periods ranging between 20 to 30 years.
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