Fengate exceeds fundraising target and closes Core Infrastructure Fund III with $1.1 billion in capital commitments

May 15, 2019

Fengate Asset Management (Fengate) today announced that it has closed total capital commitments of $1.1 billion for Fengate Core Infrastructure Fund III and affiliated vehicles (Fund III), exceeding both its $750 million target and initial $1 billion hard cap. Fund investors include public and corporate pension plans, insurance companies and fund of funds across Europe, Japan and North America.

“We are proud of the strong support we have received for Fund III from both our existing and new investors,” said George Theodoropoulos, Managing Partner, Fengate. “Our investments in the North American core infrastructure market continue to provide strong and stable returns, and we will maintain our disciplined approach in identifying further opportunities for the Fund that complement our seeded asset portfolio and exemplify our investment strategy.”

Fund III continues Fengate’s successful strategy of investing in mid-sized infrastructure assets emphasizing greenfield projects originated through its exclusive development pipeline and long-standing relationships with contractors, developers and government procurement agencies. Fund III also selectively pursues brownfield acquisitions where it can achieve its target returns.

Fund III is already approximately 50% invested in and/ or committed to seven assets across North America.

Threadmark Partners Limited served as the Fund’s global placement agent.

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