Infrastructure & Transport
Our strategies offer a variety of diversification benefits, return and yield potential presented by the assets that are central for the global economy.
Infrastructure assets provide essential services to society, such as the movement and storage of goods, people, data or resources. Infrastructure investments typically exhibit low volatility and low correlation to equities and fixed income. They can also provide essential yield and pure-play access to developing economies.
Our infrastructure platform spans geographies, debt and equity, and the risk-return spectrum. With local teams based in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Mumbai, we are well-equipped to identify and pursue attractive infrastructure assets around the world.
Large global corporations and multinational conglomerates all require access to large-ticket, critical transportation assets in order to support their global transportation networks. These assets, such as aircraft, containerships, railcars and vehicle fleets, form the backbone of global trade.
Our strategies are managed by an established team with an extensive industry network and a demonstrated ability to source, operate and exit investments. Their strategic relationships with operators, lessees, lenders, shipyards and equipment manufacturers form an essential foundation for building a diversified transportation portfolio.
Other alternatives capabilities
ESG: Anchoring Returns for Alternatives
Anurag Agarwal, Global Transportation Group, Nicola Rawlinson, Macro Strategies, Nick Moller, Infrastructure Investments Group and Karen Roberton, Global Head of Consultant Sales, discuss their thoughts on the importance of ESG factors within alternative strategies and the return enhancements it can provide.