Infratil owns energy, transport, data and social infrastructure businesses in growth sectors

By meeting user and community needs, by providing good value, and by being in sectors which are growing, Infratil’s businesses create opportunities to invest to lift earnings and value.

Please contact Infratil's registry to arrange for your dividends/interest to be direct credited. You will require your CSN/Holder number and Authorisation Code (FIN) and the account you wish to credit the sums to:


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Fidato Review of Management Fee Structure November 2020

The 2020 annual meeting of shareholders (Annual Meeting) of Infratil Limited was held virtually on 20 August 2020 at 2.30pm (NZST). The recorded meeting is available here

On 13 August 2020 Infratil advised that, due to the revised COVID-19 restrictions announced by the Government on 11 August 2020, shareholders no longer had the option to join the meeting in person, and shareholders would only be able to join the meeting online. Infratil originally proposed a hybrid meeting to give shareholders the option to join the meeting in person or online based on their own preferences, given the ongoing impact of COVID-19.


Notice of Meeting 2002

Including EY Appraisal Report on the Proposed Changes to the Management Agreement

Infratil's 26 Year Track Record

Infratil’s ten year after-tax compound return was 14.2% per annum. The 26 year return was 16.6% per annum.

As shown in the graph, had someone invested $100 in Infratil shares on 31 March 1994 when the Company listed, and had subsequently reinvested all dividends and distributions. (i.e. who neither took money out nor put money in) they would, as at 31 March 2020, own 1,398 shares with an NZX value of $5,464.

Infratil's 26 Year Track Record
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