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Infrastructure finance

Infrastructure assets are the backbone of an economy, providing essential services which cannot be easily or efficiently replicated.

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For further information about our infrastructure finance investment opportunities.

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Many of the infrastructure assets we use today have a long and important history. By comparison, infrastructure as an asset class for private investment is relatively young.

Institutional investors have found infrastructure debt and equity increasingly attractive in the current economic environment, as they have the potential to offer diversification and long-term, predictable returns which match their liabilities.

At M&G, we have extensive experience in infrastructure investing and have two dedicated teams, focused on infrastructure debt and infrastructure equity. Our infrastructure debt team structures and manages all classes of debt in the infrastructure sector, while Infracapital, our equity team, focuses on acquiring and actively managing core infrastructure assets.

Infrastructure debt

M&G currently manages a portfolio of senior and junior debt totalling c.$50bn*.

*As at 31 December 2018.

Infrastructure debt

Infrastructure equity

Infracapital is our dedicated infrastructure equity team and invests in, builds and manages a diverse range of essential infrastructure.

Infracapital

The information on this website is for Institutional Investors only. Specifically, the information on these pages should not be used or relied upon by the public of Hong Kong or any other type of investor from any other jurisdiction.