DIF Core Infrastructure Fund I achieves final closedoor Tim Kesler op 14 nov 2017, 13:20
Schiphol, 13 November 2017 - DIF is pleased to announce the final close of DIF Core Infrastructure Fund I (“DIF CIF I”) at the hard cap of € 450 million.
Fundraising for DIF CIF I was officially launched in September 2016, with first close occurring in January 2017, and final close in November 2017. DIF CIF I experienced strong backing from both existing and new investors to the DIF platform.
DIF CIF I targets small to mid-sized infrastructure assets in the telecom infrastructure, rail, energy and utility sectors that generate stable and predictable cash flows that are contracted over the mid-term. The fund targets both greenfield and brownfield projects in Europe, North America and Australasia.
DIF CIF I is the first fund raised by DIF that pursues this particular strategy. The strategy is differentiated and complementary to the strategy pursued by DIF’s existing funds - DIF Infrastructure IV and its predecessors - which target PPP/concessions, regulated assets and renewable energy projects.
DIF CIF I has acquired two investments to date: a 25% interest in the Somerton Pipeline in Australia, and a 55% stake in the French fibre company ADTIM. Furthermore, it has a strong pipeline of investment opportunities across its target sectors and geographies targeted by the fund.
DIF is an independent and specialist fund management company with ca. €4.3 billion assets under management across seven closed-end investment funds and several co-investment vehicles. DIF invests in core infrastructure markets in Europe, North America and Australasia.
DIF has offices in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Luxembourg, Madrid, Toronto and Sydney.
For more information, please contact:
Willem Jansonius, Partner
Allard Ruijs, Partner