Welcome to Tri-Pillar
Tri-Pillar is a differentiated London-listed Global Infrastructure Fund covering predominantly Europe and North America
Tri-Pillar seeks to provide investors with a balance between long-term sustainable income and attractive capital growth from a diversified portfolio of Infrastructure investments. In addition to generating sustainable dividends, the Company aims to preserve and grow the capital value of its investment portfolio over the long term, with a correlation between the return to shareholders and UK inflation rates.
Tri-Pillar’s policy is to invest in equity, subordinated debt or other economic interests with an exposure to Infrastructure assets. These investments include assets procured under PFI, PPP and concession arrangements. The investments will have in common a physical asset (whether existing or to be constructed) on which there is an identifiable revenue stream.
The Company will invest in Operational, Primary Brownfield and Primary Greenfield assets. The Company will target a range of sectors, including transport, accommodation and utilities. It will also focus on concession-based assets.
The Company considers attractive investment opportunities are likely to arise in regions where PPP models are an established route for delivering Infrastructure. As such the Company may make investments in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific region. The Company will initially focus its attention on North and Western Europe (including the United Kingdom) and North America, and anticipates that the portfolio will be balanced between investments in these two regions in the medium term.
Former John Laing Infrastructure (JLIF) manager Andrew Charlesworth is looking to raise £200 million with the flotation of a new North America-facing infrastructure fund.
Tri-Pillar Infrastructure Fund - today announces its intention to list on London Stock Exchange
Former John Laing investment fund bosses plan £200m fundraising in London IPO with US infrastructure bet Tri-Pillar
Infrastructure fund Tri-Pillar today announced it will try to raise £200m as it lists on the London Stock Exchange.
In America, states, cities and towns tend to own a lot of their economic infrastructure and one expert has described the opportunities as “huge”. Mr Charlesworth has been an adviser to the White House.
Former John Laing Infrastructure Fund (JLIF) investment advisor Andrew Charlesworth is considering raising a new fund focused on US and European infrastructure, Inframation has confirmed.
How to participate
Retail investors, subject to the terms and conditions contained in the Prospectus, can invest in Tri-Pillar Infrastructure Fund Limited (the “Company”) via the Offer for Subscription or through the Intermediaries Offer.
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- Gordon Simpson C/O Finsbury
- 1-11 John Adam Street
- WC2N 6HT
- United Kingdom
- +44 (0) 20 7251 3801