Angles, Bruno; McInnes, Ross
June 2008
Revue d'Économie Financière;Jui2008, Vol. 92, p67
Academic Journal
The managers of infrastructure and essential services investments have the potential to play a considerably large role in making money available to the needs of public infrastructure given difficulties that communities encounter in providing it. For more than 15 years, Macquarie Bank of Australia has been developing an investment model that can only be described as unique, characterized by the following attributes: long-term investment, partnership with management, investment for asset development, and "responsible returns" (the interests of a long-term investor are not served by ignoring the needs of other stakeholders).


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