MENA Infrastructure

Company description

MENA Infrastructure is an infrastructure equity investor and fund manager focusing on investments in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey (MENAT) region.

Founded in 2007 and owned by HSBC, Fajr Capital and Waha Capital, MENA Infrastructure currently manages a US$300 million infrastructure fund from its headquarters in the Dubai International Financial Centre. MENA Infrastructure has the premier infrastructure private equity team in the region. The team is fully supported by a network of sponsors, investors, intermediaries and strategic partners that command significant influence in the region’s business communities. With these resources and networks at its disposal, the firm offers a combination of unrivalled origination capability with proven investment and execution expertise. MENA Infrastructure has executed some of the region’s landmark transactions and holds a collection of well-regarded awards.

Having successfully invested its first generation fund, the firm is now seeking to raise MENA Infrastructure Fund II, targeting US$500 million in commitments. This will allow the firm to leverage its reputation and connectivity, and to continue its proven strategy to capitalize on the increasing flow of attractive infrastructure opportunities generated by rapid development in the high growth MENAT economies.

Company details

Level 3, Building 4 (West) Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) P.O. Box 506553 Dubai United Arab Emirates

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Company updates

  • March 10, 2016

    MENA Infrastructure Fund divests port and IPP projects

    Mena Infrastructure Fund LP has recently announced the divestment of both its 30.33% stake in Alexandria International Container Terminals (AICT) to Hutchison Port Holdings and its 38.3%&nbs...

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