Strategic Intelligence for Nonprofit Sustainability

Wilmington Trust |
Corporate & Institutional
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We define sustainability as the maintenance over extended periods of a portfolio’s purchasing power, provide an overview of ways nonprofits can meet their fiduciary responsibilities and cover a variety of important issues, including:The toll taken by a “lost decade” of reduced fixed income yields, along with increased equity market volatility both provide reasons to revisit asset allocation and spending policies.Changes to the U.S.

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Data Infrastructure Enters the Project Finance Sector

Will Marder |
Corporate & Institutional
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The growing demand for data and the infrastructure to host it has provided a new area of opportunity—data centers.Project finance has long been a part of many important sectors of the economy including, conventional power, renewable energy, oil and gas, and transportation.The growing demand for data has driven the construction of massive infrastructure, in the form of data centers, and the [renewable] energy required to operate them.

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Infrastructure Opportunities in Project Finance

Will Marder |
Corporate & Institutional
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Tech advancements are transforming infrastructure opportunities in project finance.Funding for infrastructure assets has shifted with less coming from commercial banks and more capital coming institutional investors.Technology is impacting infrastructure with the telecom industry moving from 4g to 5g, causing a larger demand for location-specific data centers.An abundance of capital allows independent third-party trustees the opportunity to partner with many sources.

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