Overview and Investment Strategy
Pantheon Infrastructure Plc aims to provide exposure to a global, diversified portfolio of high-quality, infrastructure assets. We will seek to build a portfolio of co-investments in infrastructure assets with strong defensive characteristics, typically benefitting from contracted cash flows, inflation protection and conservative leverage profiles.
Target assets will have strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials, including companies and projects that can support the transition to a low-carbon economy, and the portfolio will span the digital infrastructure, power and utilities, transportation and logistics, renewables and social investments sub-sectors, with a focus on assets benefitting from secular tailwinds. The Company is targeting an annual NAV total return of 8-10% and a dividend yield of 4% once fully invested.
The Company will invest in a diversified portfolio of assets and will specifically target investments in the following key infrastructure sub-sectors:
Data centres, fibre networks and towers
Energy utilities, water and conventional power
Ports, rail & road and airports
Wind, solar, sustainable waste and smart infrastructure
Social/PPP, education and healthcare
This is about finding opportunities where value can be created, not simply passively capturing an income stream
Pantheon Infrastructure Plc is managed by Pantheon, a global private markets firm that provides a range of investment solutions spanning private equity, real assets and private credit. Founded in 1982, the firm now has assets under management and advice of $93.4 billion (as of 31 March 2023) and employs over 460 staff, including more than 130 investment professionals, across offices in London, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, Seoul, Bogotá, Tokyo, Dublin and Berlin, and a presence in Tel Aviv.
Pantheon has been an active investor in global infrastructure markets since 1997 and launched a dedicated platform in 2009, which had $20.9bn in assets under management or advice as of 31 March 2023, including within flagship fund programs focused on secondary investing and co-investments. The firm has committed in excess of $19bn to more than 260 infrastructure and real assets transactions, alongside 50+ fund managers.