Our Strategies

Commitment to essential infrastructure

Infracapital is one of the longest standing European infrastructure platforms with co-founders Martin Lennon and Ed Clarke having invested together since 2001. Our team of specialists has amassed over 750 collective years’ experience and has built a long, demonstrable track record in delivering premium returns for our clients. Over the years, we have developed innovative strategies that can access a wide range of greenfield and brownfield infrastructure opportunities across Europe.

Innisfree M&G PPP Fund (IMPPP)

An open-ended social infrastructure fund invested in 24 social infrastructure assets in the UK, co-managed with Innisfree Limited
 £225 million
Vintage: 2002

Infracapital Partners

The Fund was fully realised in 2017. It was invested in 7 core European infrastructure assets across the UK and Western Europe
Size: £908 million
Vintage: 2005

Infracapital Partners II

Invests in essential infrastructure in the European mid-market
Size: £1 billion
Vintage: 2012

Infracapital Greenfield Partners I

Invests in the later stage development, construction and expansion of projects and companies across a variety of sectors in Europe
Size: £1.25 billion
Vintage: 2017

Infracapital Partners III

Building on the strategy of Infracapital Partners II, seeking to deliver premium rates through investing in essential infrastructure in the European mid-market.
Size: €2.1 billion
Vintage: 2017

Digital Infrastructure Investment Partners

Focused on opportunities for investment in high-speed broadband infrastructure in the UK, co-managed with Cameron Barney
Size: £100 million mandate
Vintage: 2017

Infracapital Greenfield Partners II

Continues the strategy of Infracapital Greenfield Partners I, investing in the later stage development, construction and expansion of projects and companies across a variety of sectors in Europe
Size: €1.5 billion
Vintage: 2019

Risks associated with these funds:

Please note that all the above-mentioned funds are closed to new commitments.

Liquidity Risk (closed-ended): The Fund’s investments may be illiquid, as a result it may be difficult for the fund to realise, sell or dispose of an investment at an attractive price or at the appropriate time or in response to changing market conditions.

Concentration Risk: Due to a limited number of investments, the Fund may be affected adversely by the unfavourable performance of a single issuer.

Interest Rate Risk: Changes in interest rates may adversely affect the market value of some of the Fund’s investments.

Currency Risk: The Fund may be exposed to currency rate movements. Private Equity Risk: As equity is subordinate to all other claims into an underlying investment, the Fund may be exposed to the possibility of a low or zero recovery on some of its investments.

Please note this is not an exhaustive list, you should ensure you understand the risk profile of the products or services you plan to purchase.

The value of investments will fluctuate and investors may not get back the original amount they invested.