The PE Industry's Potential Role In US Infrastructure Plans

By Benjamin Horney (February 22, 2018, 2:11 PM EST) -- The Trump administration's push for U.S. infrastructure upgrades comes as the private equity industry has raised historic amounts of capital for infrastructure investment, but traditional PE players are likely to focus on areas like renewable energy rather than major bridge, tunnel or road projects, which could present regulatory challenges, among other issues.

When the White House earlier this month released its 55-page "Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America," it was widely assumed that private equity firms would play a heavy role in helping to modernize U.S. infrastructure.

"Private equity investors of all sizes are ready to invest in new infrastructure...

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