Squaring the circle - Improving European infrastructure financing - Roland Berger


Public investments in infrastructure by EU member states have seen massive cuts over recent years. On the other hand, Europe's capital markets are currently experiencing historically high levels of liquidity as a result of the ECB's expansive monetary policy. This market environment makes it increasingly difficult for investors - especially commercial banks and institutional investors such as insurance companies and pension funds - to find suitable avenues for investment with attractive rates of return as an alternative to the extremely low interest rates offered by government bonds. 

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