Equity financing has been provided by six equity investors represented by Aberdeen Standard Investments, InfraRed Capital Partners, The Infrastructure Fund, John Laing Investments, HRL Morrison & Co, and Pacific Partnerships.
Collectively the equity investors have delivered more than 500 PPP projects worldwide which includes 70 hospitals.
Debt financing has been provided by a number of domestic and international banks.
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Aberdeen Standard Investments is a brand of the investment business of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments, offering a comprehensive range of investment capabilities as well as the highest levels of service.
Having invested in over 140 PPP/P3 assets worldwide, Aberdeen Asset Management have seven major infrastructure PPP projects located in Australia spanning the social, health, water and transport sectors.
InfraRed Capital Partners
InfraRed is a leading investment global infrastructure and real estate investment fund manager and has made investments into over 200 infrastructure projects worldwide, including over 35 hospitals and health related infrastructure projects.
The Infrastructure Fund
The Infrastructure Fund (TIF) is a wholesale investment fund that owns interests in Australian and offshore infrastructure assets.
TIF investors include industry superannuation funds representing nearly two million members, as well as institutional investors including insurance companies, family offices, statutory funds and offshore investors.
John Laing Investments
With more than 100 PPP and renewable projects worldwide, John Laing is focussed in key sectors of Transport, Environment, Renewable Energy, Social Infrastructure and Healthcare.
HRL Morrison & Co
HRL Morrison & Co manages infrastructure assets and businesses on behalf of leading regional institutions, and has investments in nine Australian PPPs, in addition to a range of other infrastructure projects.
Pacific Partnerships is the CIMIC Group’s project finance and investment arm, responsible for over 20 PPP projects, 10 of which are social infrastructure projects.