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 Core Infra 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 PPP+ 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. 100 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 more than 190 infrastructure projects, with a total asset value of more than € 30 billion.More about us
Paris, 7 December 2016 – DIF Infrastructure III closes the refinancing of a 20.1MWp solar PV portfolio in France.Read more
Toronto, 2 December 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV (“DIF”) is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement to acquire a 33.3% equity interest in Northwest Parkway, a toll-road located in the Denver metropolitan area of Colorado, U.S.A. (the “Project”). DIF is part of a consortium alongside Northleaf Capital Partners and HICL Infrastructure Company Limited which has conditionally acquired a 100% equity interest in Northwest Parkway from Brisa, a Portuguese toll-road operator.Read more
Paris, 29 November 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV invests in seven roof top solar PV projects in France from Green Yellow.Read more
Schiphol, 8 November 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV and Swiss Life Funds (Lux) Global Infrastructure Opportunities II, managed by Swiss Life Asset Managers, have reached an agreement with Skanska to jointly acquire its 30% shareholding in the Gdańsk Transport Company, which holds the concession rights to design, build, finance, maintain and operate a 152km section of the A1 (E75) motorway in Poland. The concessionaire is entitled to a mix of availability payments and shadow toll revenue.Read more
Frankfurt, 21 October 2016 – DIF’s consortium, ViA6West, consisting of HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions, JOHANN BUNTE Bauunternehmung and DIF Infrastructure IV, has been awarded the contract for the construction and operation of the extension of the A6 highway in Germany.Read more
Frankfurt, 5 October 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV and EDF Invest, as equal shareholders in a consortium, are pleased to announce that they have closed the acquisition of 100% of Thyssengas, a German gas transportation network, from Macquarie-managed vehicles.Read more
Schiphol, 28th September 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV has acquired a 26MW operational wind project in the UK.Read more
Schiphol, 8 September 2016 – DIF has hired Willem Jansonius as Partner to lead its new core infrastructure strategy.Read more
London, 26 July 2016 - The Inspiredspaces Bundle 5 (Ireland) consortium, which comprises DIF Infrastructure IV and Carillion Private Finance, has reached financial close on the Irish Schools Bundle 5 PPP project. The project comprises a design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance contract that was procured by the Department of Education and Skills, with Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency acting as its agent.Read more
London, 21 July 2016 - DIF Infrastructure IV is pleased to announce the signing of a sale and purchase agreement with SSE PLC (“SSE”) to acquire a 100% interest in three UK PFI streetlighting projects located in Leeds, Newcastle / North Tyneside and Stoke on Trent (the “Projects”). The Projects are availability based and have all been operating for over 5 years. Operations / lifecycle will keep being performed by an affiliate of SSE under a long term contract.Read more
Schiphol, 8 July 2016 – DIF appoints its Head of Americas, Paul Huebener to Partner.Read more
Madrid, Spain, 23 June 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV has reached an agreement with Cintra, a subsidiary of Ferrovial, to acquire a 51% shareholding in Norte Litoral and a 49% shareholding in Via do Infante, which are both availability-based road projects in Portugal.Read more
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