Building on our leading European debt platform, which was launched in 2005, we have been active in the infrastructure sector since 2013, when we received a €10 billion mandate from the AXA Group to invest in this market.
With our new exposure to the infrastructure equity sector, our dedicated team is able to offer our clients a diversified real assets portfolio whilst reaffirming our 360° approach to investing into the four key quadrants of direct property and infrastructure, in addition to private and listed debt.
We are currently expanding our focus on sourcing attractive infrastructure equity opportunities worldwide, complementing our broader property expertise.
Global Infrastructure Investment
Whether it is taking the train to work, having clean drinking water, turning on the lights, surfing the internet or visiting a hospital. Infrastructure touches our lives on a daily basis.
But deteriorating infrastructure assets, rising populations, and the drive for sustainable development are driving countries’ need for substantially increased capital investment into communications networks, renewable energy, transport and other systems that support economic growth and improve the lives of their peoples.
Infrastructure is typically divided into two major categories:
Economic infrastructure: transport, utilities and power, telecoms, storage and parking) that provide essential services that typically operate under the terms of a licence or a concession agreement.
Social infrastructure: hospitals, student accommodation, public transportation etc that are typically supported by contractual arrangements with no volume risk.
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