Hardman Talks | ‘Boring is beautiful – BBGI continues to ride the infrastructure wave’

25 Mar 2022 / Events News
BBGI Global Infrastructure webinar

‘Boring is beautiful – BBGI continues to ride the infrastructure wave’

We are delighted to announce BBGI Global Infrastructure S.A. will be presenting a live webinar on Hardman Talks at 3:00pm on Tuesday 12 April 2022. We warmly welcome you to join us for the virtual event on Zoom. Sign up now for your place.

The key focus of the presentation will be the 2021 full-year results due on 31 March 2022. BBGI will also weigh in on its decade-long record since its 2011 IPO and its plans for the future, including both its strategy and dividend growth prospects.

What the FTSE-250 member, BBGI offers shareholders:

  • Exposure to the growing infrastructure sector, especially in North America and the UK;
  • Investment in 55 essential, social infrastructure assets, ranging from bridges in Canada to hospitals in Australia;
  • Low risk, particularly since virtually all BBGI’s government-backed revenues are availability-based – and not demand-based;
  • A highly impressive record over the decade since its 2011 IPO – total shareholder returns have averaged a formidable 10.8% per year;
  • A consistent premium over NAV of 20%+;
  • Projected dividend growth of c.2% per year until at least 2023;
  • A prospective yield of c.4.5%.

You can send us your questions when you register or during the presentation.

Read our latest report on BBGI here.

BBGI Global Infrastructure

BBGI is a diversified social infrastructure investment company, registered in Luxembourg, and a FTSE-250 constituent. Its portfolio consists of long-term and low-risk essential infrastructure investments, which deliver stable, predictable cash flows, with progressive dividend growth and attractive, sustainable returns. It focuses on enhancing the value of its investments, which are globally diversified within highly-rated investment-grade countries. Most of its investments are via Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) or derivatives thereof. Virtually all of its investments are availability-based, not demand-based, supported by government-backed revenues; hence the cash flow line is very reliable.