Infrastructure investment products must become more transparent and standardised if insurance companies are to increase their allocations to the asset class, say chief risk officers and regulators.
European governments are eager to encourage investment in long-term investments in utilities and public works to help stimulate economic growth, and hope the insurance industry – the region's largest institutional investor – will lead the way. However, infrastructure currently accounts for a tiny
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