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Access Capital raises $418m for sophomore infrastructure fundraise

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

European private assets specialist Access Capital Partners has closed its second infrastructure fund on EUR 400m ($418m).

The private assets manager that invests in smaller buy-outs, private debt, and infrastructure companies said in a media release that ACIF Infrastructure II secured commitments from existing and new investors, including insurance companies, public and private pension funds, foundations, and family offices.

ACIF Infrastructure II invests in operational infrastructure assets in Europe alongside best-in-class fund managers, institutional investors, and industrial groups, with a multi-sector approach, it said.

"The Fund targets assets providing essential services, able to generate immediate, predictable and inflation-linked cashflows, with limited GDP exposure and conservative amounts of leverage," the release noted.

ACIF Infrastructure II, which is classified as Article 8 under SFDR, promotes Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) characteristics throughout the investment cycle and invests in assets contributing to the UN's Sustainable Goals, intending to generate long-term value creation and sustainable returns for investors.

"With this approach, we believe that the Fund is well placed to navigate the current macroeconomic environment and to deliver attractive returns to investors. This successful fundraising is a testament to the relevance and attractiveness of this strategy and the ......................

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