Fundraising - AUGUST 4, 2015

Three infrastructure funds raise $2.8b

by Andrea Waitrovich

Three infrastructure funds have raised approximately $2.75 billion in equity commitments.

Morgan Stanley’s North Haven Infrastructure Partners has raised $1.95 billion for two parallel infrastructure funds, according to a filing with the SEC. North Haven is the new name Morgan Stanley is giving to its direct private investing platform.

North Haven Infrastructure Partners II-A fund raised $937 million. The filing reflects capital commitments in the fund, but not in a parallel fund, North Haven Infrastructure Partners II, which raised $1.01 billion, according to a recent SEC filing.

In other news, the QIC Global Infrastructure Fund held a $800 million first close, representing more than 50 percent of its equity fundraising target. The fund will offer investors access to a large investable universe of attractive infrastructure assets in developed OECD economies with a focus on Australia. The fund is targeting $1.34 billion of total capital commitments.

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