|||Revenue and Dividend Payout in Privately Held Infrastructure Investments , In EDHEC Infrastructure Institute Publications, volume March, 2016.|
|||Data collection for infrastructure investment benchmarking: objectives, reality check and reporting framework , In EDHEC Infrastructure Institute-Singapore, 2016.|
|||The valuation of privately-held infrastructure equity investments , In EDHEC-Risk Institute Publications, volume January, 2015.|
|||Benchmarking Long-Term Investment in Infrastructure , In EDHEC-Risk Institute Position Paper, 2014.|
|||Measuring risk in unlisted infrastructure equity investment , In EDHEC Business School Working Paper, 2013.|
|||Towards efficient benchmarks for infrastructure equity investments , In EDHEC-Risk Institute Publications, EDHEC-Risk Institute, 2013.|
|||Long horizon investing in infrastructure: the journey from investment beliefs to delegation and benchmarking , In International Centre for Pension Management, 2015.|
|||The valuation of privately-held infrastructure equity investments , In EDHEC Risk Days Europe, 2015.|
|||Benchmarking long-term investments in infrastructure , In 1st meeting of the Long-Term Investors in Infrastructure Association, 2014.|
|||Infrastructure Investment for Institutional Investors -- The challenges of measuring performance , In EDHEC Risk Days Europe, 2014.|
|||From asset allocation to infrastructure investment -- A roadmap for the development of institutional investment in infrastructure , In 2nd Asia Investment Management Summit for Insurance, 2013.|
|||Towards a project finance sub-module for Solvency-2? , In Office of the EIOPA Chairman, 2013.|
|||Towards infrastructure equity investment benchmarks , In EDHEC Risk Days North America, 2013.|
|||Towards infrastructure equity investment benchmarks , In EDHEC Risk Days Europe, 2013.|
The objective of the Chair was to provide a better understanding of the nature and investment profile of equity investment in infrastructure assets and to allow investors to assess the different opportunities within the asset class and contribute to the implementation of policy reforms that will help to shape the infrastructure investment industry.
In particular, it aimed to contribute to the ongoing work undertaken by the European financial regulators to assess the consequences of the coming Solvency II framework for long-term investment by insurers, EIOPA, the European regulator’s initiatives in relation to such investment by pension plans, and the European Commission Green Paper on long-term investment.
The Chair was extended for 3 years with the support of the Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA) in March 2016.