Take a Look at the Future of Infrastructure Investing

The team at BNY Mellon uncover some of the key trends for developed cities as re-urbanisation stretches resources and infrastructure needs.

As the baby boomer generation ages, increasingly the idyllic countryside retirement is being replaced by city-based retirement, says Jim Lydotes, lead portfolio manager of the Pinnacle BNY Mellon Global Infrastructure Yield Fund. Some of the reasons for the move back into the heart of cities are their greater access to the arts, better healthcare and less reliance on the need to drive. It is this trend of western re-urbanisation that is adding to swelling city populations and in turn, increasing infrastructure demands and service needs.

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