In its current issue, FINANZ und WIRTSCHAFT reports on the rethinking of society and investors as a result of the negative effects of climate change. In a guest article entitled “Investing where the impact is greatest”, Michael Sieg, Chairman and Group CEO at ThomasLloyd, describes how private and institutional investors are increasingly coming to realise that the public sector is not in a position to bear the costs of climate protection investments on its own. This is particularly true for infrastructure investments in emerging markets.
In this context, the growing need for infrastructure investments in the emerging economies of Asia is described. Against the background of strong population growth and increasing urbanization, this creates attractive investment opportunities for sustainably and yield-oriented investors. While institutional investors have been involved as capital providers in the sustainable infrastructure sector for years, private investors are now also catching up strongly. They know that their capital generates the greatest climate impact in the emerging and developing countries.
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