Energy Infrastructure Partners receives AIFM license, expands client offering

Luxembourg, July 22, 2022 – Energy Infrastructure Partners has secured authorization from Luxembourg’s financial supervisor to operate as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager, the latest step in strategic growth in investments supporting the conversion and expansion of the global energy system.

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF), which is responsible for supervising Luxembourg’s financial sector, has granted Energy Infrastructure Partners’ Luxembourg subsidiary a license as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) following an intensive application process.

Starting now Energy Infrastructure Partners will be able to manage and market alternative investment funds (AIF) in Luxembourg under its own license. The associated cross-border passporting rights will in turn enable the manager to market and distribute its own products across the European Union. Energy Infrastructure Partners will thereby streamline its European activities and further strengthen relationships with European investors.

Stéphanie Pinheiro, Head of Energy Infrastructure Partners Luxembourg, commented, “The AIFM license is the next logical step for Energy Infrastructure Partners. Achieving this milestone enables us to further extend our geographic scope and serve clients anywhere in the European Union now better than ever.”

Dr. Dominik Bollier, co-founder and Managing Partner of Energy Infrastructure Partners, added, “The granting of this license comes at the ideal time as we aim to give our investors access to investment opportunities arising from the conversion and expansion of the global energy system.”

Transitioning the global economy towards a decarbonized energy system while safeguarding the security of supply will require significant levels of investment over the coming decades.

Energy Infrastructure Partners’ new global offering leverages the energy infrastructure expertise of its interdisciplinary team, comprising 70 experts across its offices in Zurich and Luxembourg. Its hands-on investment approach targets long-term, direct investments into high-quality, large-scale renewables and system-critical energy infrastructure with attractive, stable cash flows. Energy Infrastructure Partners works with reputable industrial partners and the public sector, where environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters are thoroughly analyzed and managed.

Constructed in a diversified fashion around one of the most resilient asset classes – and focused on critical subsectors like renewable energy, energy transmission and distribution, power system flexibility and energy storage – the offering is designed to give investors real asset–backed cash flows for decades.

 

Please direct enquiries to media@energy-infrastructure-partners.com.

Energy Infrastructure Partners AG
Energy Infrastructure Partners AG (EIP) is a Switzerland-based manager of collective assets focused on high-quality, large-scale renewables and system-critical energy infrastructure assets. With over CHF 4 billion under management, EIP leverages an extensive industry network, broad transaction experience and close partnerships with energy suppliers and the public sector in order to develop and manage investment solutions for institutional investors globally. These clients include pension funds, insurance companies and large family offices who are increasingly interested in contributing to security of the energy supply as a pathway to create positive economic, ecological and social developments. Pension funds in particular appreciate investment opportunities that generate long-term, visible cash flows – a trademark of energy infrastructure and a profile that matches their need to fund the retirement income of their members.

Disclaimer
This document does not constitute individual investment advice and does not release the recipient from making its own assessment with respect to an investment. The recipient must not take any investment decisions solely based on the information contained in this document and shall, if necessary or appropriate in consultation with external advisers, assess the information based on the recipient’s individual circumstances in terms of suitability and appropriateness and any legal, regulatory, tax, accounting or other consequences such an investment may have.

Copyright © 2022 Energy Infrastructure Partners AG. All rights reserved.