Global infrastructure investors are exposed to a broad range of economic, geo-political, technological and societal risks that impact investment strategies both for today and into the future. GIIA, in partnership with Associate Member Marsh & McLennan, is holding a series of roundtables looking at global risks for infrastructure investors.
The first such event was held last month in Tokyo and this month investors gathered in New York. Karen Lockridge, Principle, Responsible Investment at Mercer set out some of the challenges posed by climate change, and attendees also heard from Michael McGowan, Principal at Mercer who provided an overview of the North American infrastructure risk landscape, looking at the makeup of deals in the region over the last decade. Finally, Timo Pervane, Partner at Oliver Wyman shared insights on the way in which AI will be used by cities around the globe and what that means for infrastructure investors.
GIIA and Marsh & McLennan will be hosting a third Risk Roundtable for infrastructure investors in London on September 25th. For more details about this event please contact Tim Horan at firstname.lastname@example.org