• Unlisted Infra 20 years
  • Unlisted Infrastructure 

    Infrastructure is the foundation for the advancement of modern society. Systems that provide clean drinking water, sanitation, power storage and distribution, transport and communications systems are used worldwide by billions of people. Traditionally, infrastructure has been provided by governments. However, there has been an ongoing trend to private institutional stewardship of these assets as governments struggle to maintain capex levels.

     

    Our Unlisted Infrastructure team is one of the most experienced in the business. We’ve managed assets worldwide throughout various economic events since 1994.

     

    Our long-term, yet active investment approach has delivered an annualised gross return of 13.6% across our portfolio of core infrastructure assets (as at June 30, 2016).

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