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December 2013 - January 2014 Vol.18/19 No.12/1

The new dynamics of the infrastructure debt market

Category: Global, U.S.A.
By David Macfarlane

As an asset class, infrastructure assets typically can support leverage (debt to total capital) ratios from 50% to as much as 95% in some cases. The stability and predictability of cash flows generated by infrastructure assets, in comparison to other asset classes, typically allows for more leverage to be comfortably sustained.

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