Allianz sees growth in retired water network in the US

Investments in water infrastructure have been picking up as acceptance of the need to take action on old, fragile systems spreads, Allianz Global Investors tells a Helsinki investment forum. 

In this Sept. 21, 2017 photo, crews work to repair the damaged spillway on the Oroville Dam in Oroville, California. | Photo: Scanpix

Replacing the aged and obsolete water infrastructure in the United States offers significant opportunities for institutional investors, says Alina Donets, vice president and portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors.

Speaking at an Evenco International Fund Forum in Helsinki earlier this month, Donets noted that the US water infrastructure is a prime sample of a network system which is in particularly poor shape.

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