About Infrastructure Investments


Welcome to the Frederic Michel Verdier about Infrastructure page. Infrastructure investment has always been viewed as one of the safest harbors in the universe of alternative investments. An infrastructure investment involves investing in large scale projects like building roads, railways, seaports, airports, telecoms, electricity generation, gas or electricity transmission or distribution, water or sewerage. Infrastructure can also be defined as any ‘real asset’, taking the form of energy, roads, bridges, or anything that is conducive to building and maintaining society.

Infrastructure investment has less risk and is less volatile than other equities over the long term and also provides a higher yield. This is because of the nature of what you are investing in; something everyone uses every day. As a result, some investors prefer to invest in infrastructure funds for the defensive factors, such as funds involved in transportation or water infrastructure. The need for infrastructure investment is growing and will continue to do so in the coming years. The industry needs more investment to keep up with the demand.

It is no wonder that financial advisers are increasingly recommending funds that invest in essential infrastructure and public-private finance deals to provide an income for their clients. Find out more about the industry and recent events by reading the Frederic Michel-Verdier resource pages. We will be adding more content to this website so make sure you bookmark it and visit again soon. Video presentations are also now live on our YouTube channel.