Alinda raises $235m for infrastructure fund

by Jody Barhanovich

Alinda Capital Partners, a Connecticut-based infrastructure investment firm, has raised $235 million for the Alinda Infrastructure Fund III, according to a filing with the SEC.

Alinda Infrastructure Fund III is a value-added infrastructure fund that invests in midstream energy, power, telecommunications and transportation assets in North America and Europe. The closed-end fund opened in March 2015 and seeks to raise $5 billion in total equity commitments.

In additional fundraising, a parallel fund, Alinda Infrastructure Parallel Fund III, has raised $336.7 million in equity commitments, according to a filing with the SEC.

The fund’s predecessor, Alinda Infrastructure Fund II, held a $4 billion final close in January 2010. Alinda Capital Partners I closed on $3 billion in June 2007.

Currently, Alinda is actively investing in numerous assets, including London’s Heathrow Airport; EmiTel, a telecommunications infrastructure asset in Poland; and RIGS Haynesville Partnership, which owns the Regency Intrastate Gas System, a 464-mile pipeline that transports natural gas from the Haynesville Shale in Northern Louisiana.

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