Global matters: Will Brexit lead to Exitaliano?

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The impending Brexit vote on European Union (EU) membership on 23 June 2016 will be a defining moment for Britain and Europe, and could have significant ramifications for global equity markets. Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4 Dimensions Infrastructure, examines whether Brexit may be a catalyst for further EU exits, with Italy a possible […]

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What’s the impact of an ageing population on government debt?

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We know declining birth rates and increasing life expectancies are resulting in seismic shifts in the demographics of the developed world. But how does this aging population impact global government debt? What are the potential repercussions? And what counteractions can be taken? Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4 Dimensions Infrastructure explains. Post the global […]

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4 Dimensions launches Global Listed Infrastructure Fund

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Boutique global infrastructure fund manager 4 Dimensions Infrastructure has launched the 4 Dimensions Global Infrastructure Fund, available to retail and institutional investors. 4 Dimensions was launched last year in partnership with Bennelong Funds Management and is a value-driven, benchmark agnostic manager investing in listed infrastructure companies from around the world. The Fund consists of a […]

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Global matters – Listed Infrastructure Investment to 2020 & beyond – Part 2

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Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4 Dimensions Infrastructure, looks at why the much needed increased investment in infrastructure, covered in Part 1 of this series, will lead to both an increase in government asset privatisations, and a bigger role for public equity markets in the funding solution.  1. Government privatisations: a key part of […]

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Global matters – Listed Infrastructure Investment to 2020 & beyond – Part 1

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Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4 Dimensions Infrastructure, looks at the prospective growth of global listed infrastructure. In part 1 of this 2-part article, he looks at the need for infrastructure investment around the world and governments’ capacity to fund it. Global listed infrastructure is set for continued strong growth to 2020 and beyond. […]

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