We aim to invest wisely in ideas that matter and create long-term value for our shareholders.
Our vision is to lead the way in investing in sustainable infrastructure.

Six areas that matter most to us

We’re focusing on six areas where we can make the most difference.

We choose our investments carefully

Not all investments are equal, so we screen investments early before we buy them. Screening helps us ensure that we invest in infrastructure that supports essential services and societal needs, such as:


Businesses in the energy sector that help society urgently transition to a low-carbon economy


Investments that boost digital connectivity in a way that supports societal wellbeing, prosperity and strong economies


Investments that support the health, wellbeing and prosperity of communities

Aging population

Services that enhance the wellbeing of the aging population

Global mobility

Infrastructure that allows people to connect and supports personal wellbeing, tourism, business and strong economies

Water scarcity

Businesses that make critical water supplies more resilient in the rapidly changing climate

Waste and recycling

Infrastructure that helps establish a more circular and decarbonised economy

Next generation infrastructure

We avoid investments that harm the environment or that are harmful to society

We avoid organisations that primarily engage in activities that can harm the environment, such as:

Extracting, processing and transporting thermal coal

Oil exploration and production

Generating electricity using fossil fuels

We avoid companies that principally earn their revenue directly from controversial activities like munitions, tobacco, gambling or adult entertainment that are likely to harm society.

We only invest in geopolitically stable regions with robust and reliable legal systems.

We actively manage our assets

Risk monitoring does not stop once we buy an asset. We monitor our assets for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks.

We share information with our investment partners. For example, we make sure the companies we invest in understand our expectations and support them where feasible. To promote responsible investment, share knowledge, support research and develop ESG rating tools, we work closely with industry bodies.

Finally, we check how we’re doing by benchmarking our performance against accepted industry standards. We currently use the GRESB Infrastructure Fund Assessment.