Edge Orbital Holdings Limited is a consortium of infrastructure funds comprising Dalmore Capital, Equitix and GCM Grosvenor who are all well established in the PPP industry.
Dalmore Capital (“Dalmore”) is an independent fund management firm investing in UK public infrastructure.
Dalmore invests in low risk infrastructure, including PFI/PPP greenfield, brownfield and operational projects.
Long term investor with sole focus on investment in lower volatility infrastructure assets.
AUM of over £3bn.
Dalmore has interests in over 90 assets.
Dalmore has offices in London and Edinburgh.
Equitix is a leading investor, developer and long-term fund manager of core infrastructure and energy efficiency assets in the UK and mainland Europe, generating stable cash flows and sustainable regular income for its investors through a diversified portfolio of assets. Having participated in over 150 core infrastructure projects since the firm’s inception, Equitix has established a strong reputation as a trusted long-term partner of the UK government.
The firm continues to successfully deploy capital in line with Equitix’s core investment strategy. As of September 2017, Equitix is managing over £2.4 billion of capital on behalf of 68 Limited Partners through four commingled close-ended funds, investment mandates supporting government-led initiatives, segregated managed accounts and co-investment funds focused on larger infrastructure projects.
Its target sectors are PPP, healthcare, education, social housing, transport, student accommodation, waste and renewables, transmission and utility infrastructure.
GCM Grosvenor is a global alternative asset manager, investing on behalf of clients who seek allocations to alternative investments, such as hedge funds, private equity, infrastructure, real estate and multi-asset class solutions. With approximately $50 billion in assets under management, GCM Grosvenor is one of the world’s largest and most diversified independent alternative asset management firms.
GCM Grosvenor’s private investments in global infrastructure include transportation, public-private partnerships, contracted power generation, regulated utilities and telecommunications. The primary investment focus is on core/core-plus infrastructure assets in North America, Western Europe and other OECD markets. Infrastructure investments may be implemented through direct/coinvestments, primary fund investments and secondary fund purchases.
GCM Grosvenor is headquartered in Chicago and has offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul.
Balfour Beatty is a leading international infrastructure group that has been an acknowledged leader in the transport sector for over a century. It maintains, manages and operates major highway networks across the UK and has a proven record of civil engineering excellence.
Balfour Beatty offers a total, end-to-end solutions for major infrastructure projects: from debt and equity finance, design, planning and project management, construction and engineering, and asset management, maintenance and operation. Their Infrastructure Investments business has a proven track record of developing and financing projects over the last 18 years, reaching financial close on projects involving all sources of debt in various combinations.
As at the 31 December 2017, the portfolio included 71 projects of which 5 had not yet reached financial close. 13 of those projects, a fifth of the portfolio by number, are transport projects. In the same accounts, Directors’ valuation of Investments portfolio was £1.244bn.
Egis Investment Partners is an integrated and Egis monitored investment platform divided into compartments for third party investors.
The portfolio consists of equity investments in infrastructure PPP projects. The compartment dedicated to the M25 is the result of a partnership between:
DIF is now a major investor in Egis’s PPP portfolio and will therefore work alongside the other sponsors on this refinancing
DIF is a leading independent fund management company with c. €4.2 billion of funds raised since its inception in 2005. Through six investment funds, DIF invests in high-quality infrastructure assets that generate long-term, stable cash-flows, including Public Private Partnership projects (PPP/PFI/P3), renewable energy projects, regulated assets and other contracted core infrastructure projects in Europe, North America and Australia. DIF has a team of c. 85 professionals located across its offices in Amsterdam (Schiphol), Paris, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Luxembourg, Toronto and Sydney