Equitix Investment Management manages a growing portfolio of investments through a team of experienced professionals.
Equitix Fund I
Equitix Investment Management closed Equitix Fund I in March 2010 with £104 million capital commitments sourced from eight local authority and corporate UK pension schemes.
Equitix Fund I has made 21 infrastructure investments across the healthcare, education, street lighting and leisure sectors and became fully invested as of December 2010.
Equitix Fund II
Equitix Investment Management closed Equitix Fund II in May 2012 with £333 million sourced from 15 investors including UK local authority and corporate pension schemes.
Equitix Fund II has made 35 investments into the health, integrated highways, street lighting, education, utility infrastructure and other accommodation sectors. The Fund is fully invested.
Equitix Fund III
Equitix Fund III closed in September 2013 with £505 million from UK and European institutional investors and Asian sovereign wealth funds.
Equitix Fund III is 100% invested in 47 projects across the healthcare, education, transport, utility infrastructure, street lighting and waste sectors.
Equitix Fund IV
Equitix’s fourth core infrastructure fund continues to fundraise with £631m raised to date from UK, European and Asian investors.
The fund is already over 50% committed and continues to invest across the social infrastructure, utility infrastructure, waste, renewables and accommodation sectors in the UK and Europe.
Equitix provides current limited partners LPs and other institutional investors with access to co-investment opportunities in projects alongside investment in its core funds.
In January 2017 Equitix successfully established co-investment funds for the purpose of acquiring a stake in the M25 project. Equitix is currently raising co-investment capital for other infrastructure opportunities.
For more details please contact the Business Development Team on 0207 250 7333 or email email@example.com
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