Investing in Infrastructure: A video series

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    Infrastructure investments are different from traditional private equity (PE) investments, whether you’re investing directly in a project or acquiring a portfolio company that’s part of the supporting supply chain. Jeremy Swan, Managing Principal of CohnReznick’s Financial Sponsors & Financial Services Industry practice, breaks down what prospective investors should know.

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    How can PE firms win project work?

    To differentiate themselves, funds must show that they have the right team, experience, and understanding to support these projects.

    Which assets generate cash flow?

    Look for projects offering sustainable, predictable cash flow – and the potential to scale.


    Project or portfolio company investments?

    The two infrastructure investment strategies take different skill sets and understandings of the projects, companies, and market.

    Ready to become a government contractor?

    These investments require an extra level of due diligence: What government requirements and restrictions must a company abide by? 

    Role in the infrastructure supply chain?

    How can private equity parents help position their portfolio companies for growth?


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    Jeremy Swan

    Managing Principal - Financial Sponsors & Financial Services Industry

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