DIF is a leading independent fund management company with ca. € 5.6 billion of funds raised. Through seven investment funds, DIF invests in high-quality infrastructure assets that generate long-term, stable cash-flows, including Public Private Partnership projects (PPP/PFI/P3), regulated assets, long term contracted renewable energy projects and other core infrastructure projects in the telecom, rail and energy sectors in Europe, North America and Australia.
In November 2017, DIF closed the fundraising for its new economic infrastructure strategy, DIF Core Infrastructure Fund I, raising € 450 million, beating the target of € 350 million.
In May 2018, DIF closed the fund raising for its latest core infrastructure fund, DIF Infrastructure V, at an increased hard-cap of € 1.9 billion total commitments. DIF Infrastructure V is now being invested.
DIF has a team of ca. 110 professionals located across its offices in Amsterdam (Schiphol), Paris, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Luxembourg, Toronto and Sydney, providing it with access to the growing number of investment opportunities across Europe, North America and Australia. By being located in or close to its target markets, DIF can originate and manage investments efficiently. DIF has invested in nearly 200 infrastructure projects, with a total asset value of more than € 30 billion.More about us
Sydney, 12 April 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce that the PULSE consortium, comprising DIF Infrastructure V, Pacific Partnerships, BAM PPP PGGM and Ghella Investments & Partnerships, has been selected as preferred bidder on the Tunnel, Stations & Development PPP package of the AUD 5.4 billion Cross River Rail project in Brisbane, Australia.Read more
Toronto, 5 April 2019 – DIF Infrastructure Fund V is pleased to announce the signing of an agreement to acquire 100% of MIC Renewable Energy Holdings LLC’s indirect interest in two operating wind projects located in the United States with a gross capacity of 203MW.Read more
Paris, 3 April 2019 – DIF Infrastructure III and DIF Infrastructure IV are pleased to announce that they have completed the sale of their stakes in a portfolio of 29 French solar plants to Tenergie.Read more
Schiphol, 2 April 2019 – DIF has organised its first conference on Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) factors in the infrastructure sector, focused on road projects.Read more
Schiphol, 13 March 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce that, as part of the LuWa consortium, it has reached financial close on Plan Lumiere 4.0, an availability PPP project involving the modernisation and maintenance of the street lighting network across the Walloon region’s main roads.Read more
Schiphol, 28 February 2019 – SL Capital Infrastructure II (“ASI”) and DIF Core Infrastructure Fund I (“DIF”) are pleased to announce the signing of an agreement to acquire 100% of UNITANK from the family owners, with ASI and DIF each acquiring a 50% stake.Read more
Sydney, 15 February 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce that the Momentum Trains consortium, comprising DIF Infrastructure V, CIMIC Group and CAF, has reached financial close on the Regional Rail design, build, finance and maintain project in New South Wales (NSW), Australia.Read more
Madrid, 5 February 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce that it has closed the acquisition of a 100% interest in the Infanta Leonor Hospital in Spain located in the Vallecas district, southeast of Madrid.Read more
Schiphol, 31 January 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce that the Tram’Ardent consortium, comprising DIF Infrastructure V (80%), French civil construction firm Colas (10%) and Spanish rolling stock manufacturer Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF, 10%), has reached financial close on the Liège Tram PPP in Belgium.Read more
Sydney, 29 January 2019 – DIF is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 180MW Warradarge Wind Farm, the third and largest asset to be acquired by the renewable energy investment vehicle ‘Bright Energy Investments’ which is a joint venture between DIF Infrastructure V, CBUS and Synergy.Read more
Schiphol, 19 December 2018 – DIF is pleased to announce the appointment of Marko Kremer and Andrew Freeman to Partner. Their promotion from Managing Director is in response to their personal contributions to the success and growth of the firm.Read more
Sydney, 17 October 2018 – DIF is pleased to announce that a consortium comprising DIF, Macquarie Capital and Phoenix Energy Australia has achieved financial close on a greenfield waste-to-energy facility in Kwinana, near Perth, Australia. DIF has acquired a 60% shareholding in the project through two of its funds: DIF Infrastructure IV and DIF Infrastructure V.Read more
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