Infrastructure Finance

Infrastructure keeps the world moving – often quite literally. Our infrastructure finance offering provides long-term debt financing for core infrastructure assets, with a focus on transportation.
Proper infrastructure is vital to a well-functioning and happy society. When the right infrastructure is in the right place, everyone benefits.

Our infrastructure finance professionals work with partners around the globe, providing long-term debt financing for transportation infrastructure, such as ports, airports, roads, bridges, tunnels, passenger & freight rail, shipping terminals, and parking. Additionally, our infrastructure finance team is adept at providing structured financing for Public Private Partnerships involving transportation, social, and government infrastructure worldwide.
our people

Together, we can keep the world moving.

“We strive to be more than providers – we’re partners. We’ll be by your side through the life of the loan. It’s not an ‘add-on’ for us; it’s just what we do.”

christina kim
Senior vice president
Typical size
  • US$25 million - US$200+ million
Typical uses
  • Sea ports, airports, roads, bridges, tunnels, passenger & freight rail, shipping terminals, parking, water & wastewater, and stadiums & arenas
  • Financings for Public Private Partnerships involving transportation, social & government infrastructure worldwide, with a focus on North America, Western Europe, and Australia
Structural characteristics
  • Investment grade, long-term debt
  • Project finance or traditional corporate issuance
  • Maturities of up to 25+ years with custom amortisation schedules
  • Assets may be directly owned or operated through a long-term concession or contract
Issuer benefits
  • Ability to provide capital and structure in complex transactions for a wide variety of asset types in selected countries
  • Capability to fund in local currency and in fixed or floating rate
Portfolio Companies
We have an investment portfolio of US$6.3 billion in infrastructure finance as of 30.9.20.
Meet the team
Christina Kim
Senior Vice President
infrastructure finance
Daryl Skinner, CFA
infrastructure finance
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