Our infrastructure capabilities

Overview

Recognised as one of the largest infrastructure managers globally2 with AUD$20.3 billion1 funds under management, through a combination of funds and separate accounts. We have teams across the globe who specialise in investments across all aspects of the capital structure. Our extraordinary breadth of expertise helps us find and deliver value for customers.

We are pioneers in infrastructure investing, having first invested in the asset class in 1988, and yet we continue to innovate. Our focus on thematic investing - exploring assets across a range of sectors - sets us apart. Our expertise is broad; it includes energy, power, transport, utilities, airports, seaports, communications infrastructure, social infrastructure, aged care, and more.

Our goal is to provide customers with stable, long-term returns, inflation protection, and insulation from volatility.

 

Why consider AMP Capital?

  • Success
    Success

    AMP Capital has successfully raised and managed 10 infrastructure funds, as well as a range of separately-managed infrastructure accounts. Our size, reputation and networks mean we can provide access to innovative investment opportunities across a range of sectors globally.

  • Experience
    Experience

    We have invested in over 140 infrastructure equity and debt investments globally, Recognised as one of the largest infrastructure managers globally2 with
    AUD$20.3 billion1 funds under management, through a combination of funds and separate accounts.

  • Scale
    Scale

    Our scale gives us the inside edge in finding attractive and stable investments. We have a team of almost 120 professionals globally working in our target markets across a number of investment strategies to find investment opportunities to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns.

Risks of infrastructure investing

Investments in the infrastructure sector involve risks which broadly stem from issues of geographic or market concentration, the financial instability of third-party sub-contractors, government regulation, technical failings, management capability and the economic climate including interest fluctuation. Infrastructure investments are vulnerable to adverse change in the economic conditions of the jurisdiction in which they are situated, as well as to global economic declines. Since projects in this sector tend to be of a long-term nature, projects which were conceived at a time when conditions were favourable may subsequently be adversely affected by changes in the financial markets, investor sentiment or a more general economic downturn. Investments in real estate may incur stamp duty, other property taxes and other expenses incurred in, for example, maintaining, improving and disposing of the property.

1 As at 31 December 2018. Figure does not include undrawn commitments.
2 Source: Willis Towers Watson Global Alternatives Survey 2017

Infrastructure equity

Direct infrastructure investment may provide diversification benefits and attractive risk-adjusted returns as well as low correlation with most other asset classes.

Infrastructure debt

Infrastructure debt is considered a defensive way to invest in the infrastructure asset class and gain exposure to secure, yield-focused assets.

Important notes

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