Investors - NOVEMBER 20, 2020

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Credit Suisse Infrastructure Partners goes independent

by Kali Persall

Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners has been approved to act as an independent investment manager under the name Energy Infrastructure Partners (EIP).

EIP manages more than CHF 3 billion ($3.3 billion) from institutional investors in Switzerland, Europe and Asia. It has an extensive industry network, broad infrastructure transaction experience, and proven partnerships with energy suppliers and the public sector.

EIP has traditionally focused exclusively on investment solutions in the energy infrastructure sector for institutional investors in Switzerland and abroad, such as CSA Energie-Infrastruktur Schweiz, an investment group of the Credit Suisse Investment Foundation.

The move will allow EIP to fully realize its global growth potential arising from the energy transition by diversifying into additional geographies.

“We will continue to provide our clients with attractive long-term investments that generate sustainable returns and have a posit

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