Tiger Infrastructure Partners (“Tiger”) announced that its third flagship fund, Tiger Infrastructure Partners Fund III (the “Fund”), closed at its hard cap with $1.25 billion in equity capital commitments (inclusive of commitments from Tiger), reflecting robust investor demand for the firm’s innovative strategy of providing transformational growth capital that enables the creation of tomorrow’s core infrastructure.
In exceeding its $750 million target, Tiger attracted commitments from the largest existing institutional investors from its predecessor fund and expanded its already well-diversified investor base to include a global array of public and private pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, financial institutions, endowments and foundations, family offices, private wealth platforms and other sophisticated institutional investors.
The Fund has already invested in five innovative portfolio companies that exemplify Tiger’s strategy and cover each of Tiger’s target sectors:
- Summit Carbon Solutions, the world’s largest carbon capture and sequestration project
- NorthLink Aviation, a developer and operator of critical air cargo infrastructure
- 11:11 Systems, a managed infrastructure solutions provider of cloud, connectivity and security
- Qwello, which develops and operates turnkey EV charging point infrastructure to local municipalities
- Forsa Energy, a flexible power generation developer and operator advancing energy transition
Read more: PRNewswire
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