February 5

Talk Your Book: Investing in Infrastructure

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On today’s show, we are joined by Bob Long, CEO of StepStone Private Wealth to give us insight into their infrastructure strategy.

On today’s show, we discuss:

  • What types of businesses StepStone is investing in
  • How liquidity works with infrastructure and secondary markets
  • The correlation between infrastructure and traditional portfolio assets
  • What drives the return stream for infrastructure
  • How an interval fund works
  • How the fees work with StepStone
  • Bob Long’s favorite investment

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