Infranity has announced the closing of the third generation of its senior infrastructure debt strategy at more than €1.6 billion ($1.7 billion).
The latest vintage, which was launched during second half 2021, exceeded its initial fundraising target of €1.5 billion ($1.6 billion) and also contained a co-investment sidecar. The investor base consists of blue-chip international institutional investors, including a significant number of European insurance companies.
It is one of the largest commingled vehicles in the market and already has invested more than 80 percent of the capital raised, building a well-diversified and Solvency II optimized portfolio across 19 investments. Through its investment themes, the strategy is actively contributing to the energy transition and digital transformation of the European economy.
“We are very pleased with the closing of the third generation of our senior debt strategy,” said Philippe Benaroya, CEO and managing partner