EQT has set the hard cap of €21 billion ($22.5 billion) of investor commitments for its EQT Infrastructure VI fund, with a target fund size of €20 billion ($21.4 billion).
Like its predecessor fund, EQT Infrastructure VI will focus on five primary sectors: digital, energy, transportation and logistics, environmental, and social themes. Investments will be located predominantly in Europe and North America (with an ability to invest in other countries outside these regions, with an Asia Pacific focus).
The vehicle will primarily target control and co-control value-add equity investments in operating assets with strong growth potential and opportunities for operational improvements and/or strategic repositioning. It will seek to deploy €200 million to €1 billion ($216 million to $1.08 billion) of equity checks in approximately 15 to 20 companies.
In January, the New Mexico State Investment Council approved a