Our Infrastructure approach

How we manage our investments in infrastructure has been shaped by decades of experience.

We take a long-term approach and choose infrastructure assets that typically have strong market positions, a predictable regulatory environment, high barriers to entry, limited demand-elasticity and long lives.

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Unconstrained and opportunistic investing

The building blocks of our entry, exit and asset management strategy through the investment cycle are based on buying well, managing intensively and selling opportunistically.

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  • We are a long-term partner, aligned with government entities and other institutional stakeholders.
  • Our opportunities are sourced through an infrastructure team  of 120+ dedicated specialists and senior advisors globally.
  • Our experience and existing portfolio acts as a platform for bolt-on acquisitions and capital reinvestment.
  • We maintain strong governance through active board representation.
  • Our specialist Asset Management team shares knowledge and global best practice.
  • We adopt a prudent and conservative approach to leverage.
  • Sustainable investing principles are embedded in our investment decision-making and asset management approach.
  • We seek to act in the best interests of our investors to deliver superior long-term net returns.
  • Our open-ended structure allows for a deliberate and patient approach, without the constraint of buying and selling deadlines
  • We are able to dispose of assets where there is a strong investment case.


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A track record of operational excellence

We drive asset-level business plans and strategy through representation on boards and access to senior management. Our strong in-house expertize assists in implementing optimal financial structures and determining appropriate leverage levels.

We endeavor to add value to our infrastructure assets through earnings growth, led by strong operational performance.