Infrastructure capital for communities
is an independent private investment firm specializing in infrastructure that provides essential services to communities.
Alinda Capital Partners is one of the world’s largest infrastructure investment firms.
Alinda is an independent firm, wholly owned by its Partners, and is focused solely on infrastructure investing.
We have made over $8 billion in equity investments in infrastructure in the last seven and a half years. Alinda has invested in infrastructure businesses that operate in 33 states in the United States as well as in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland. These businesses serve 100 million customers annually in more than 400 cities globally, and employ more than 15,000 people.
Alinda’s investors are predominantly pension funds for public sector and private sector workers. These institutions seek steady investments over the long term, matching their pension liabilities. They include some of the largest institutional investors in the world.
Our Partners are a highly experienced team in infrastructure investing. They have been responsible for over $150 billion of infrastructure investing and financing around the world, spanning more than 20 years.
We look for infrastructure assets in North America and Europe that have a strong operating record and can demonstrate a potential for:
We use the skills of our senior industry executives to make operational improvements in the companies we acquire, and we provide capital for their growth.
Specific sectors of interest to Alinda include energy infrastructure, utilities, infrastructure assets with long-term contracts, transportation assets and telecommunications infrastructure.
Alinda and its subsidiaries have two offices in the United States - in Greenwich, Connecticut and in Houston, Texas – and two offices in Europe – in London and in Dusseldorf.
Alinda Capital Partners Ltd is a registered investment adviser with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Note: An investment adviser’s registration with the SEC does not imply a certain level of skill or training.