Eiser Infrastructure Partners

Company description

EISER is a London headquartered multinational asset manager specialising in deploying and managing equity and debt instruments in the real assets class. EISER also has a representative office in Johannesburg.

Founded in 2005 as part of a stand-alone initiative developed by ABN AMRO Bank, a leader in project financing, EISER today is an independent, wholly Partner-owned asset manager.

EISER has a particular focus in the following infrastructure sectors: energy, principally distribution and renewables power-generation; environmental services, mainly in the water and waste management sector; commercial transportation assets, such as city airports; and social infrastructure, particularly new-build development projects.

EISER currently manages real assets with a total enterprise value of over €4 billion, for its fund and managed co-investment products. Throughout the challenging markets that have defined the post-2007 financial era, EISER has raised over €2 billion in financing and overseen over €1.5 billion of project capital expenditure.

EISER is developing a satellite office in Poland.

Company details

EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP.Kent House, 14-17 Market Place.London W1W 8AJ.

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Company updates

  • June 08, 2017

    EISER closes on portfolio sale of assets to 3i

    EISER Finance Limited has reached financial close on a portfolio sale of assets to a fund managed by 3i Group plc (3i) from the EISER Global Infrastructure Fund (EGIF). 

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  • March 22, 2017

    3i launches North American infrastructure platform

    3i has announced the launch of its North American infrastructure business. Establishing a local team in the US will position 3i to access attractive infrastructure investment opportunities t...

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  • December 27, 2016

    3i announces the acquisition of assets from the EISER Global Infrastructure Fund

    3i Group plc has announced that it has agreed to acquire a portfolio of assets from the EISER Global Infrastructure Fund, including Belfast City Airport and East Surrey Pipelines.

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  • July 12, 2016

    Sacyr and Eiser refinance Madrid transport hubs

    Sacyr Concesiones, along with its partner EISER Infrastructure Partners, recently closed the refinancing of the debt in the concession companies which operate and manage Moncloa and Plaza Elípt...

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  • October 15, 2015

    Eiser Infrastructure injects equity in Belfast airport

    According to sources, Eiser Infrastructure Partners has injected an additional £30 million (US$46 million) in the George Best Belfast City Airport split equally between increased share capital and a l...

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  • June 12, 2015

    Roles announced for leadership of Global Infrastructure Investor Association (GIIA)

    Three months after announcing the formation of the Global Infrastructure Investor Association (GIIA) the initial Management Board and Executive Committee have been established.

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  • April 17, 2015

    Eiser pitches EIB to support infra fund

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) is analyzing to support Warsaw based Eiser CEE Infrastructure Fund.

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  • October 17, 2014

    EISER hires Richard Onyango from Standard Bank

    Global infrastructure investor EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP has appointed Richard Onyango as the head of its new office in Johannesburg.

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  • July 08, 2014

    Eiser wins mandate to manage African renewables fund

    Camco Clean Energy PLC and EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP have been selected by Green Africa Power LLP as an investment advisor for an African renewables investment fund.

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  • February 25, 2014

    Masdar sues Spain for cutting renewables subsidies

    Abu Dhabi investment company, Masdar, has sued the Spanish government. The company helped build three solar power plants in Spain taking advantage of the existing subsidies. But Spain has now cut ince...

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