We are one of the most experienced and longest tenured alternative infrastructure platforms globally.
Our dedicated team has deep transaction experience across geography, sectors, and implementation types. Our experience, combined with our global platform, provides us with a comprehensive view of the infrastructure landscape, allowing us to broadly source opportunities and seek the most effective means of implementation. We seek to drive value for our clients through both custom mandates and multi-client offerings that offer diversified access to fund investments, co-investments, and direct investments. In addition, our labor impact strategy integrates investment, labor, and government expertise to source and execute infrastructure investments that seek attractive risk-adjusted returns by collaborating with organized labor.
First year of infrastructure investing
billion assets under management
billion in dedicated separate accounts
average capital deployment1
Within infrastructure, our Labor Impact Strategy seeks to originate and execute infrastructure projects that leverage the inclusion of union labor as a contributing factor to enabling attractive risk adjusted returns. We believe attractive infrastructure investment opportunities can be unlocked through close cooperation across labor, government and private capital. We also believe this collaboration will generate positive outcomes for labor and improve infrastructure assets and communities.
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1 Amount committed to underlying infrastructure investments 2016-2018.
AUM data as of March 31, 2020. Infrastructure investments data as of September 30, 2019.
These statements represent our good faith expectations concerning the opportunity set. No assurance can be given that any investment will achieve its objectives or avoid losses.