International Infrastructure

IFM’s international infrastructure funds are designed for investors seeking access to economic and social infrastructure assets in global developed economies.   

IFM invests in core infrastructure assets with strong market positions, high barriers to entry, limited demand elasticity and long lives.  In many cases, target assets will also have a link to inflation, through revenues, costs, debt structures or company valuations.  

The sub-sectors in which we invest include:

  • Electricity generation, transmission and distribution
  • Gas transmission, distribution, processing and storage
  • Toll roads
  • Telecommunications infrastructure;Rail infrastructure;Seaports
  • Airports
  • Water and waste water
  • Pipelines and related infrastructure

Fund exposure by sector as at 31 March 2012