Our Clients

Stir­ling Infrastructure’s clients and rela­tion­ships include some of the world’s largest infra­struc­ture investors: sov­er­eign wealth funds, pen­sion funds, asset man­agers, insur­ers, and multi­na­tion­al com­pa­nies. The firm also con­sis­tent­ly works with a wide range of project spon­sors in both OECD and non-OECD coun­tries. This sec­tion will explain the types of clients who rely on Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, pro­fes­sion­al prac­tices, capa­bil­i­ties and mar­ket knowledge. 

Due to con­trac­tu­al restric­tions on con­fi­den­tial­i­ty, we do not pub­lish the names of our clients. 

Stir­ling Infrastructure’s clients and rela­tion­ships include some of the world’s largest infra­struc­ture investors: sov­er­eign wealth funds, pen­sion funds, asset man­agers, insur­ers, and multi­na­tion­al com­pa­nies. The firm also con­sis­tent­ly works with a wide range of project spon­sors in both OECD and non-OECD coun­tries. This sec­tion will explain the types of clients who rely on Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, pro­fes­sion­al prac­tices, capa­bil­i­ties and mar­ket knowledge. 

Due to con­trac­tu­al restric­tions on con­fi­den­tial­i­ty, we do not pub­lish the names of our clients. 

Stir­ling Infrastructure’s clients and rela­tion­ships include some of the world’s largest infra­struc­ture investors: sov­er­eign wealth funds, pen­sion funds, asset man­agers, insur­ers, and multi­na­tion­al com­pa­nies. The firm also con­sis­tent­ly works with a wide range of project spon­sors in both OECD and non-OECD coun­tries. This sec­tion will explain the types of clients who rely on Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, pro­fes­sion­al prac­tices, capa­bil­i­ties and mar­ket knowledge. 

Due to con­trac­tu­al restric­tions on con­fi­den­tial­i­ty, we do not pub­lish the names of our clients. 

Clients we advise: 

Clients we advise: 

Clients we advise: 

Project Spon­sors, Cor­po­ra­tions, GPs and LPs

Project Spon­sors, Cor­po­ra­tions, GPs and LPs

Project Spon­sors, Cor­po­ra­tions, GPs and LPs

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture pro­vides the firm’s mar­ket knowl­edge to project spon­sors and asset man­agers, and utilis­es its deep rela­tion­ships with mar­ket par­tic­i­pants to achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. The firm rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors and asset man­agers who can demon­strate that they have the nec­es­sary man­age­ment team, mar­ket exper­tise, and track record to offer insti­tu­tion­al cap­i­tal a bank­able invest­ment that will achieve returns above defined infra­struc­ture index bench­marks. Should a pro­pos­al fall short of being accept­ed by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s Invest­ment Board, the firm offers objec­tive advice to help project spon­sors and asset man­agers to devel­op their invest­ment strat­e­gy to a stan­dard that meets the require­ments of insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture pro­vides the firm’s mar­ket knowl­edge to project spon­sors and asset man­agers, and utilis­es its deep rela­tion­ships with mar­ket par­tic­i­pants to achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. The firm rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors and asset man­agers who can demon­strate that they have the nec­es­sary man­age­ment team, mar­ket exper­tise, and track record to offer insti­tu­tion­al cap­i­tal a bank­able invest­ment that will achieve returns above defined infra­struc­ture index bench­marks. Should a pro­pos­al fall short of being accept­ed by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s Invest­ment Board, the firm offers objec­tive advice to help project spon­sors and asset man­agers to devel­op their invest­ment strat­e­gy to a stan­dard that meets the require­ments of insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture pro­vides the firm’s mar­ket knowl­edge to project spon­sors and asset man­agers, and utilis­es its deep rela­tion­ships with mar­ket par­tic­i­pants to achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. The firm rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors and asset man­agers who can demon­strate that they have the nec­es­sary man­age­ment team, mar­ket exper­tise, and track record to offer insti­tu­tion­al cap­i­tal a bank­able invest­ment that will achieve returns above defined infra­struc­ture index bench­marks. Should a pro­pos­al fall short of being accept­ed by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s Invest­ment Board, the firm offers objec­tive advice to help project spon­sors and asset man­agers to devel­op their invest­ment strat­e­gy to a stan­dard that meets the require­ments of insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

Insti­tu­tion­al Investors

Insti­tu­tion­al Investors

Insti­tu­tion­al Investors

Stir­ling infra­struc­ture uses in-house infra­struc­ture mar­ket knowl­edge, and eco­nom­ic and finan­cial exper­tise to help insti­tu­tion­al investors devel­op an allo­ca­tion strat­e­gy – adher­ing to pre-defined total port­fo­lio objec­tives and risk appetite. The firm recog­nis­es that not all insti­tu­tion­al investors have the resources to allo­cate into direct invest­ments and there­fore have a pref­er­ence to either allo­cate into co-invest­ments or a selec­tion of fund man­agers. All invest­ment pro­pos­als are ini­tial­ly appraised by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s sec­tor and geog­ra­phy ana­lysts. The find­ings of the ana­lysts are then pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board to dis­cuss whether the invest­ment is suit­able to be pre­sent­ed to insti­tu­tion­al investors. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture is also able to appraise the entire infra­struc­ture asset man­ag­er mar­ket and offer a short­list of man­agers for selec­tion against a range of benchmarks. 

 

Stir­ling infra­struc­ture uses in-house infra­struc­ture mar­ket knowl­edge, and eco­nom­ic and finan­cial exper­tise to help insti­tu­tion­al investors devel­op an allo­ca­tion strat­e­gy – adher­ing to pre-defined total port­fo­lio objec­tives and risk appetite. The firm recog­nis­es that not all insti­tu­tion­al investors have the resources to allo­cate into direct invest­ments and there­fore have a pref­er­ence to either allo­cate into co-invest­ments or a selec­tion of fund man­agers. All invest­ment pro­pos­als are ini­tial­ly appraised by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s sec­tor and geog­ra­phy ana­lysts. The find­ings of the ana­lysts are then pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board to dis­cuss whether the invest­ment is suit­able to be pre­sent­ed to insti­tu­tion­al investors. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture is also able to appraise the entire infra­struc­ture asset man­ag­er mar­ket and offer a short­list of man­agers for selec­tion against a range of benchmarks. 

 

Stir­ling infra­struc­ture uses in-house infra­struc­ture mar­ket knowl­edge, and eco­nom­ic and finan­cial exper­tise to help insti­tu­tion­al investors devel­op an allo­ca­tion strat­e­gy – adher­ing to pre-defined total port­fo­lio objec­tives and risk appetite. The firm recog­nis­es that not all insti­tu­tion­al investors have the resources to allo­cate into direct invest­ments and there­fore have a pref­er­ence to either allo­cate into co-invest­ments or a selec­tion of fund man­agers. All invest­ment pro­pos­als are ini­tial­ly appraised by Stir­ling Infrastructure’s sec­tor and geog­ra­phy ana­lysts. The find­ings of the ana­lysts are then pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board to dis­cuss whether the invest­ment is suit­able to be pre­sent­ed to insti­tu­tion­al investors. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture is also able to appraise the entire infra­struc­ture asset man­ag­er mar­ket and offer a short­list of man­agers for selec­tion against a range of benchmarks. 

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