We invest in growth sectors

The objective of Infratil's management is to deliver above average returns to shareholders over the long-term.

The first part of this goal is to position Infratil in sectors where there will be opportunities to invest capital from meeting customer and community needs. The second part is to make sure that our businesses meet those needs with value-for-money services and facilities.

Investment is principally in energy, transport and social infrastructure businesses.  Within those sectors the priority is for companies that have an opportunity to grow so that if they are well managed they will be able to invest additional capital to improve earnings and valuations.

Infratil's businesses provide services that are the fabric of the communities where they operate.

The long-term commercial success of those businesses requires that their communities are welcoming and supportive and share, along with Infratil's employees, a "sense of ownership" in those businesses.



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Corporate Structure


Infratil structure chart Sep 2021

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