AMP Capital (Infrastructure)

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Europe

United Kingdom
Level 4
Berkeley Square House
Berkeley Square
London
W1J 6BX
Tel
44 20 7659 9252
Fax
44 20 7659 9251

North America

United States
1 Bryant Park
1111 Avenue of The Americas
4th Floor
New York
NY 10036
Tel
1 212 223 7600

Asia-Pacific

Australia
33 Alfred Street
2000 Sydney
Tel
1800 658 404
Japan
Meiji Yasuda Seimei Building 10/F
2-1-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-Ku
Tokyo
100-0005
Tel
81 3 3212 7170
China
Suite 1726
Tower 2
Bright China Chang An Building
No. 7 Jian Guo Men Nei Avenue
Beijing 100005
Tel
86 10 6510 2125
Head Office
Level 4, Berkeley Square House
Berkeley Square
London
W1J 6BX
United Kingdom

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  • Record US$6.2 billion raised for AMP Capital infrastructure debt strategy

    Record US$6.2 billion raised for AMP Capital infrastructure debt strategy

    Asset Manager NewsTue, 22 Oct 2019

    AMP Capital has announced a record US$6.2 billion fundraise for its fourth infrastructure debt strategy, which includes the final close of the AMP Capital Infrastructure Debt Fund IV (IDF IV), co-investment rights and separately managed account commitments.

  • AMP Capital Insights: Infrastructure Debt – The Private Capital Advantage

    AMP Capital Insights: Infrastructure Debt – The Private Capital Advantage

    Asset Manager NewsTue, 22 Oct 2019

    Following a year of record deployment for AMP Capital’s Infrastructure Debt investment strategy, in a whitepaper released today, Emma Haight-Cheng, European Head of Infrastructure Debt, explains the market dynamics that have created a growth pathway for infrastructure debt in the past decade, and why the opportunities for infrastructure lenders globally have become so attractive.

  • Infrastructure Debt: The Private Capital Advantage

    Infrastructure Debt: The Private Capital Advantage

    White papersTue, 22 Oct 2019

    The growth of private debt strategies has continued apace since the beginning of the GFC. The rapid growth of this asset class is largely a consequence of the crisis: private investors have absorbed market share hitherto provided by banks. With lending to businesses gradually increasing over the past decade, 2017 at last saw deployment and fundraising surpass pre-crisis highs.

  • The changing face of infrastructure

    The changing face of infrastructure

    White papersWed, 19 Jun 2019

    Infrastructure implies solidity and stability. But as an investment, there are few other asset classes that can match infrastructure’s dynamism, at least in terms of growth and diversity.

  • Understanding infrastructure debt

    Understanding infrastructure debt

    White papersWed, 15 May 2019

    In a low interest rate environment, with little sign of change at least in the short-to-medium term, finding an asset class that delivers yield and security is no easy feat.

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