Our dedicated and experienced origination team source high-quality infrastructure projects that span both debt and equity. We have a focus on stable, long-term income generation. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations – though non-binding – are integrated into our transaction process and ongoing management of the projects.
Where funds or mandates are invested in real assets such as infrastructure, investments may not be able to be sold, realised or liquidated when you want because the infrastructure assets may not always be readily saleable. If this is the case, we may defer your request or instruction regarding your investment. Investors should also bear in mind that the valuation of real assets such as infrastructure is generally a matter of valuers’ opinion rather than fact.
Strategies in focus
Senior debt invested in long-term, stable infrastructure assets across a wide range of sectors. Ideal for investors looking for cash flows with an attractive risk/return profile, and to capture the illiquidity premium.
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Managing Director, Infrastructure
Florent del Picchia
Head of Euro Infrastructure Debt
Explore our real assets range
Outcome-oriented solutions in real estate, through strategies that span the risk spectrum, from lower-risk options generating long-term income to more opportunistic investments.
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Our deep market access allows us to source high-quality projects, delivered through a range of senior debt opportunities or via the acquisition of assets. We focus on stable, long-term income generation and efficient execution.
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We finance bespoke structured finance and senior private corporate debt transactions, providing our investors with outcomes that meet their investment objectives.
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Sustainable real assets in the spotlight
Just when we thought things were returning to normal after the social, economic and market upheaval caused by the pandemic, the events of 2022 presented new challenges for investors. It was in that context in late 2022 that we took the pulse of key investment decision makers at 500 institutional investors representing a combined $3.5 trillion of assets on their appetite for real assets, including those with a sustainable focus. Read the results in our Real Assets Study 2023.
Real assets views
Can they, should they, will they? Is now the time for illiquid assets in DC?
31 May 2023
What role could private assets play in UK defined-contribution pension schemes, where decision-makers are searching for returns and diversification? Heather Brown from our UK pensions team consults a panel of specialists.
When the tide goes out
26 May 2023
Ben Sanderson explains why polarisation in real estate investment performance is only going to increase from here.
Why are we waiting? Time for UK infrastructure to pick up pace
22 May 2023
After a slow start to the year, Darryl Murphy ponders what it will take to get the UK infrastructure market moving again.
Short-term headwinds, structural tailwinds: Making sense of a complex landscape for climate transition real assets
17 May 2023
Volatility presents challenges and opportunities for investors. James Tarry and Luke Layfield discuss what’s next for real asset investors focused on the climate transition.
Fragilities exposed as cheap money disappears
5 May 2023
Cracks have begun to emerge in the banking sector in recent weeks. As the tide of cheap money that has flooded financial markets for more than a decade ebbs, members of our investment teams are on the lookout for other signs of distress.
Liquidity, logistics and living: What next for real estate equity?
3 Apr 2023
Opportunities are emerging across real estate markets in the UK and Europe, but investors will have to be nimble and discerning in their asset selection, say Imogen Ebbs and George Fraser-Harding.
Out with the old: Why real estate investors need to work harder, smarter, better
30 Mar 2023
Faced with a more challenging outlook for returns, real-estate equity investors must get more sophisticated and active, argue Ben Sanderson and David Hedalen.
The investment implications of peak fossil fuels
24 Mar 2023
Energy analyst Kingsmill Bond considers if peak fossil-fuel consumption has been reached and whether investors appreciate the implications.
Finding secure income in inflationary times
16 Mar 2023
Renos Booth, Isabel Gossling and Kris McPhail discuss what real estate long-income strategies can deliver in the face of spiking inflation across Europe.
Gas versus renewables: Does natural gas have a future?
8 Mar 2023
The war in Ukraine has thrown up huge uncertainties around the role of gas in the energy system. Experts from our credit, ESG and real assets teams discuss the implications for traditional energy and renewables companies.
To build or not to build, that is the question: Decarbonising the built environment
28 Feb 2023
We assess the financial and environmental pros and cons of developing new buildings versus retrofitting old ones.
Finding a new equilibrium: What’s next for real estate debt?
24 Feb 2023
Gregor Bamert discusses what lies ahead for the sector in 2023.
Illiquidity premia in real assets: Q1 2023
23 Feb 2023
Our real assets research team crunch the data to see how rising inflation and interest rates are reflected in private market returns.
Pragmatism, policy and pace: An interview with Julie Hirigoyen
20 Feb 2023
The chief executive of the UK Green Building Council sets out her blueprint for a net-zero-aligned property and construction industry. Words by Miles Costello.
When equity becomes debt: The untapped potential of amortising-lease real estate
15 Feb 2023
Institutional investors seeking alternatives to bonds may find amortising leases a compelling option, writes Mark Wells.
Why London remains the ultimate city of the future: Assessing the prospects for London real estate in a post-Brexit, post-COVID world
30 Jan 2023
Brexit and the post-COVID shift in working patterns have changed the landscape of London real estate. But the city remains well-positioned as a key hub in the global knowledge economy, as Jonathan Bayfield, James Stevens and Ed Atterwill explain.