Mar 2023

Infrastructure Debt: The Road Less Traveled

Infrastructure debt is linked to tangible assets that provide essential services to society, including projects that support economic and strategic expansion such as roads, bridges and airports. According to the McKinsey Global Institute, an estimated $3.7 trillion of global investment in economic infrastructure is needed every year from now until 2035. In the United States, the current Administration has trumpeted a $2 trillion infrastructure spending plan. Meanwhile, fast-growing emerging markets with expanding middle classes, such as China and India, are expected to account for the bulk of global infrastructure investment.