This report focuses on nine trends that will change infrastructure globally and in the island regions over the next five years.
This report focuses on nine trends that will change infrastructure globally and
in the island regions over the next five years.
2016 is already shaping up to be a year of growing momentum for the infrastructure sector. The signs of this momentum are everywhere: in new sources of capital and new funding approaches that promise to unlock trillions of dollars in new equity and debt investment globally; in growing asset management capabilities, cyber security and public procurement, which are ushering in a real step-change in the way operators and owners manage assets; and in the growing boldness of governments seeking to catalyse economic and social benefits.
Over the past 4 years, KPMG International has tracked the key trends that - in our opinion - will influence the world of infrastructure over the coming years. How global trends are likely to impact the island regions and what trends are predominant in the island regions are the focus of Emerging Trends, Island Edition.
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