Infrastructure holds an important place in the fabric of modern society, serving as the backbone of the world economy. As such, we believe that the potentially stable and growing cashflows generated by the asset class have an equally important part to play in investors’ portfolios.
Everyday we’re unknowingly reliant on infrastructure. From getting up in the morning, checking your phone and taking a shower to watching the latest boxset at the end of the day.
Owns, operates and develops wireless communications and broadcast towers across the globe.
Supports increasing wireless penetration and mobile data usage driven by the
Operates approx. 40,000 wireless towers in the US, 57,000 in India, and 43,000 across the rest of the world.
Global business underpinning society's increasing use of and reliance on data.
Owns and operates 190 data centres which support almost 10,000 companies globally, including the likes of Amazon, Microsoft and Salesforce.
Global LNG and electricity distribution business.
LNG demand is growing worldwide as a result of natural gas's cleaner power generation profile compared to coal and oil.
The company's strategic focus on low-risk emerging market economies - particularly in Latin America - positions it to benefit from the growth in demand for both LNG and electricity in these regions.
Global leader in offshore wind, the world's fastest-growing form of renewable power generation.
Built more offshore wind farms than any other company worldwide.
Operates nine wind farms and in the process of constructing four more in the UK.
Owns and operates urban toll road networks in Australia and the US.
Supported by strong traffic growth in the cities in which it operates, significant growth projects in its core markets, as well as inflation-linked pricing in some areas and fully dynamic tolling in others.
Investing beyond the traditional realm of economic infrastructure and diversifying into social and evolving infrastructure, with ESG integrated in the process
A high conviction strategy investing in 40-50 companies that have the potential to increase dividends sustainably over the long term, often backed by inflation protected revenues
Listed infrastructure offers potential characteristics of higher dividend yield and lower volatility versus global equities
The value and income from a fund’s assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.