A diversified and growing portfolio

Location:   Australia  -   North America  -   Europe


Anglian Water

Water & waste water — Acquired in 2006

Anglian Water is the fourth largest water supply and sewerage company in England and Wales and provides water and waste water services to approximately 4.3 million people and 5.5 million people, respectively.

Arqiva Limited

Broadcast & wireless communication — Acquired in 2004

Arqiva Limited is the largest broadcast and wireless communications infrastructure company in the UK servicing over 800 organisations including cellular operators, television networks, radio broadcasters, and public safety organisations such as the police, fire and ambulance services.

Dalkia Polska

Heating and electricity generation — Acquired in 2006

Dalkia Polska is the leading district heating provider and owner of cogeneration businesses in Poland, with a portfolio of regulated district heating networks covering the cities of Lódz, Poznan and Warsaw. In October 2011, Dalkia Polska acquired SPEC, the district heating network of the City of Warsaw. The company owns over 3,381 kilometres of heating networks, and generates and supplies heat to 4 million people.

50 Hertz Transmission

Electricity transmission and distribution — Acquired in 2010

50Hertz Transmission is one of the four transmission system operators in Germany and owns and operates the electricity grid in the states of Thuringia, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Berlin, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and Hamburg, totalling approximately 109,000 km². The company transports power to more than 18 million people and companies.

Manchester Airports Group (M.A.G)

Airports — Acquired in 2013

The Manchester Airports Group Plc (M.A.G) is the largest UK-owned airport operator. They own four airports - Stansted, Bournemouth, East Midlands and Manchester – and serve around 42 million passengers every year.

Exited investments

Wales & West Utilities

Gas distribution — Acquired in 2005

Wales & West Utilities is a regulated gas distribution business, servicing 7.4 million people in Wales and the South West of England through 35,000 km of gas pipelines. This investment was sold in October 2012 to Cheung Kong Infrastructure, who acquired 100% of the company from existing shareholders. Wales & West Utilities provided a stable, core infrastructure investment for IFM and its sale delivered a strong return the fund.