Our approach to infrastructure equity
We aim to deliver stable, long-term returns to our clients through our infrastructure equity strategies by investing in core plus and value-add assets across Europe, which accelerate and benefit from the transition to a low-carbon economy. We leverage our infrastructure equity team’s deep experience and network to source attractive opportunities in our target sectors. We also manage segregated mandates to customise outcomes for clients, and constantly evolve our approach to bring opportunities to our clients.
The increasing investor requirement in the UK and Europe to invest in climate transition creates a compelling opportunity for our clients. We seek to invest in infrastructure equity sectors that align with our plans to reach net zero by 2040, including renewables, energy storage, EV infrastructure, digital infrastructure, hydrogen and biogas. We invest wider than solely renewables due to the need to invest in a broad range of assets to achieve net zero. Much of the additional investment required will be in new or emerging technologies where there is no defined demand yet.
Potential benefits of infrastructure equity strategies
Key risks of infrastructure equity
Infrastructure equity team
Explore our real assets range
Outcome-oriented solutions in real estate, across equity debt and long income, through strategies that span the risk spectrum, from lower-risk options generating long-term income to more opportunistic investments.
Our deep market access allows us to source high-quality projects, delivered through a range of debt and equity opportunities. We focus on stable, long-term income generation and efficient execution.
We finance bespoke structured finance and senior private corporate debt transactions, seeking to meet a range of client outcomes.
Real Assets Study 2024
Demand remains strong, but the investment drivers are changing. At a time of macroeconomic uncertainty, real assets continue to play a significant role in the investment strategies of global institutions. The sixth edition of the Aviva Investors Real Assets Study is our biggest yet and seeks to answer some key questions.