9 January 2018
Trip Insights: Hong Kong, Japan and USA, September/October 2017
This is the second in our series of ‘Trip Insights’, where we share those experiences.
30 November 2017
Why global infrastructure? An introduction to the 4D Global Infrastructure Fund
Sarah Shaw, Global Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer, and Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist, explain the benefits of investing in infrastructure and the specific opportunities avail
28 November 2017
Why global infrastructure is an asset class for all market cycles
Sarah Shaw, Global Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer at 4D Infrastructure, explains why infrastructure shouldn’t only be considered a defensive asset class.
27 November 2017
How is the geographic disposition of the portfolio determined?
Sarah Shaw, Global Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer at 4D Infrastructure, explains how the geographic disposition of the portfolio is determined.
30 October 2017
Trip Insights: Asia & Europe, June 2017
A cornerstone of our investment process is company management meetings and site visits.
19 September 2017
Global Matters: The Asian Century
Greg Goodsell, Global Equity Strategist at 4D Infrastructure, examines the central tenets of this quote and how they suggest we are truly living in the Asian century.
5 July 2017
New appointments at 4D Infrastructure
4D Infrastructure (4D) has created a new investment analyst role and recruited Tasneef Rahman to the position. It follows the appointment of Peter Aquilina as investment analyst earlier this year.
27 June 2017
Global Matters: All aboard the new Silk Road
If the President of the world’s most populous nation, with the second largest and one of the fastest growing economies, invites you to a huge economic growth party to reshape Asia that he will host an
23 May 2017
Infrastructure a $3 trillion opportunity for all market cycles
The combination of defensive attributes, huge investment needs, and the diverse nature of available infrastructure assets, makes infrastructure investments an attractive allocation in both rising and