Infrastructure assets are long-life, real assets that are intended for public use and provide essential services. Investors expect these assets to generate stable cash flows, which typically increase with economic growth and inflation and they may also achieve capital appreciation due to operational improvements or growth strategies. Fund strategies include core, core plus and infrastructure credit funds.
Private Equity refers to investments made into companies that are not publicly traded. There is also a global secondary market for private equity. Private equity fund strategies include leveraged buyouts, distressed and special situations and venture capital.
Private Debt refers to credit investments that are not publicly traded. These are most commonly income generating. Credit exposure can be either corporate or asset based. Fund strategies include senior/direct lending, mezzanine, distressed credit and loan to own funds.
Real Estate includes investment into commercial, industrial and residential properties (Real Estate Investment Trusts). Real estate is land and everything permanently fixed to said land. REITs are companies that own and operate real estate that produces income. Fund strategies include core, growth, opportunistic and distressed funds.