This article series clarifies key concepts of responsible investment in private infrastructure equity and debt, and how the six Principles for Responsible Investment apply to infrastructure.
Responsible investment in infrastructure is still maturing.
Growing numbers of institutional investors are taking environmental, social and governance factors into account, and infrastructure has entered the spotlight. Fund managers are being asked more and more to demonstrate responsible investment practices and good stewardship in their infrastructure portfolios. Direct investors are also increasingly seeing the added value of improving ESG performance in their assets.
Join the PRI, leading infrastructure investors and experts at one of our upcoming forums to hear discussion on ESG trends, the role of responsible investors in managing public infrastructure, and how responsible investment can benefit both the community and investors.
The Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition (GIIC) aims to connect investors, development banks and advisors to countries seeking finance for green infrastructure developments.
This article contains questions that investors can ask investee companies pre or post-investment.