The EQT Active Core Infrastructure fund is expected to attract at least €5 billion ($5.5 billion), building on 15 years of continuous refinement of an active ownership playbook and future proofing of strong infrastructure companies, according to officials at Stockholm-based EQT.
The new fund has a longer-hold ownership horizon of 15 to 25 years and is slated to target core infrastructure companies that provide essential services to society.
“In recent years, we have seen a growing portion of attractive investment opportunities in core infrastructure companies that we have not been able to . . .
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