At $30.6 billion, Macquarie Group, the Sydney-based investment bank, topped our first annual ranking of the 30 largest infrastructure investors, followed not-so-closely by Goldman Sachs ($9.1 billion), Alinda Capital Partners ($7 billion), Industry Funds Management ($7 billion) and the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System ($6.2 billion).
The rankings are based on Infrastructure Investor's own proprietary methodology that seeks to measure the heft of an investor based on the amount of direct-investment capital the firm has created for the asset class in the last five years.
To read more about our methodology, please click here. The full Infrastructure Investor 30, as detailed in the June issue of Infrastructure Investor magazine, are listed below.
Creation Total ($m)*
1 Macquarie Group $30,655.0 2 Goldman Sachs $9,100.0 3= Alinda Capital Partners $7,000.0 3= Industry Funds Management $7,000.0 5 Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System $6,221.9 6 Caisse de depot et placement du Québec $6,110.9 7 Brookfield Asset Management $5,777.0 8 Global Infrastructure Partners $5,640.0 9 Ontario Teachers Pension Plan $4,862.2 10 Highstar Capital $4,300.0
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Who is the World's Top Infrastructure Investor? (Hint: It's not even close)
From Infrastructure Investor: