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Infrastructure asset class

Infrastructure assets typically have a low correlation with other asset classes, including listed equities, real estate and fixed income.

The quality and predictability of their cash flows tend to provide for stable returns to shareholders over time. We aim to invest across a range of economic infrastructure sectors and in greenfield projects.

Asset intensive or long-term concessions

Businesses that, along with downside protection, offer upside through an acceptable level of demand risk.

Opportunities to enhance value

Enhancements to the current business plan or potential growth opportunities.

Essential services

Businesses that provide essential services to the communities in which they operate, or to other businesses operating in markets with high barriers to entry and providing some downside protection.

Target sectors

For economic infrastructure – focus on investments in the company’s target sectors, or adjacent markets as outlined in the diagram above.

For projects – focus on greenfield projects.

Acceptable element of market/usage risk

Downside protection from limited competition.

Potential upside through an acceptable level of demand risk.

Geographical focus

Developed markets, principally the UK and Europe.

Board of directors


Tampnet is the leading independent offshore communications network operator in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.

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