In the third issue of the Race for Assets series, BNY Mellon highlights that as investors seek long-term, stable yields from assets that are vital to economic growth, fund managers need to be doing more to improve transparency and reporting.
Infrastructure is growing rapidly as an asset class, with investors seeking long-term, stable yields from assets that are vital to economic growth. However, according to BNY Mellon, fund managers need to be doing far more to improve transparency and reporting. In partnership with FT Remark, BNY Mellon’s third report in its Race for Assets series offers insights for both fund managers and institutional investors in the infrastructure asset class.
Learn more by visiting BNY Mellon’s The Race for Assets series page.
— Alan Flanagan
Global Head of Private Markets Solutions, Alternative Investment Services
— Robert Wagstaff
Head of EMEA Business Development, Corporate Trust
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