Tribeca Investment Partners expands listed infrastructure fund, anchored by Asian sovereign wealth fund

Tribeca Investment Partners yesterday announced the expansion of the Tribeca Asian Infrastructure Fund (TAIF) with a commitment from an Asian sovereign wealth fund.

TAIF invests in energy transition, transport, digital and healthcare infrastructure across Asia Pacific, with an equal allocation to developed and emerging markets. It invests exclusively in liquid, publicly-traded securities, providing Asia-focused investors with an alternative to the crowded markets for private assets.

“We see significant value in listed equities that offer exposure to the growth of Asia’s middle class, the energy transition and long-term demographic trends in Asia Pacific,” said Susanta Mazumdar, TAIF’s Portfolio Manager. “Through attractive yields and long-term capital appreciation, listed infrastructure investments can complement a direct investment strategy for major asset owners.”

The expansion of TAIF is a significant step for Tribeca Investment Partners in Asia and follows the launch of the Tribeca Asian Credit fund by John Stover in Singapore in 2019.

Tribeca’s Chief Executive Officer, Adam Lavis commented: “This mandate from one of the world’s leading sovereign wealth funds is testament to Tribeca’s ability to identify and execute on specialized investment opportunities. As we continue to grow our footprint in Asia, I am proud that our capabilities are being increasingly recognized by major asset owners across the region.”

The Tribeca Asia Infrastructure Fund is open to investment from September 1 and is open-ended.

Read the full press release here.

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Tribeca Asia Infrastructure Fund: APAC’s infrastructure opportunity is not just a private affair

“Listed infrastructure in Asia-Pacific is hard to overlook as a defensive way to ride on key structural themes, such as energy transition, aspiring middle class, mobility, digitalisation and ageing.”

Infrastructure assets are recognised for their ability to generate steady and predictable cash flows. In Asia-Pacific, however, infrastructure means much more. It is an asset class with real growth potential, underpinned by structural tailwinds of decarbonisation, digitalisation and rising prosperity of the middle class.

Learn more by reading the article written by Susanta Mazumdar, Portfolio Manager of Tribeca Asia Infrastructure Strategy, by clicking here.

Or, read the original publication in The Business Times Singapore on Friday, 8 September 2023 by clicking here.

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