Our Pick Of The Best Infrastructure Funds

Our Pick Of The Best Infrastructure Funds

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Infrastructure covers everything from the building of hospitals and schools to the creation of transport networks, pipelines, and satellites.

From an investing perspective, infrastructure is important because governments and companies often work together to fund, construct and maintain infrastructure projects – some of them with shelf lives lasting decades.

Governments that channel money into contracts for long periods provide useful certainty for companies involved in those projects and, by extension, investors looking to back them.

Building a share portfolio by cherry-picking individual businesses involved in infrastructure projects requires specialist knowledge.

But another option for investors to consider is the burgeoning infrastructure funds sector. We asked Quilter Cheviot’s Nick Wood, head of investment research, and Matt Ennion, fund research analyst, to choose a list of funds from this sphere that might suit retail investors.

Their choices are included below along with key details about each fund, plus a wider look at the infrastructure sector.

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