Golding Capital Partners has launched a new infrastructure fund, offering institutional investors direct access to infrastructure assets with selected, experienced fund managers.
Golding Infrastructure Co-Investment 2023 fund aims to commit the planned fund volume of €600 million ($660 million) to core-plus assets, as well as value-add opportunities. The fund strategy will be to quickly build a portfolio of about 15 co-investments in market segments that are expected to profit from the structural global megatrends mobility, digitization, decarbonization and demography. Golding Infrastructure Co-Investment 2023 is structured as a Luxembourg RAIF and qualifies as “light-green” under Article 8 SFDR.
The previous fund in the series was significantly oversubscribed, closing at €578 million ($635 million) in June 2022. Like the previous fund, Golding Infrastructure Co-Investment 2023 will have a geographic focus of at least 50 percent on Europe, with possible allocat