Why infrastructure looks sexy to these investors
from Crain's Chicago Business
Investors are throwing record sums of money at investment funds designed to finance the refurbishing of America's crumbling roads, creaky bridges and outdated airports—and Chicago firms such as Loop Capital and GCM Grosvenor are grabbing their share. Last year, $90 billion flowed into such infrastructure funds worldwide, a near doubling over 2014, according to research firm Preqin, a London-based tracker of the alternative-assets market. Much of that money went to U.S. firms, but it may not stay in the country.
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