Essential for a sustainable portfolio

Infrastructure, an offer predictable cash flow that’s insulated from cyclical economic downturns. For investors, it’s a steady, long-term asset, with a long-duration yield.

Robust returns

Infrastructure assets are split into three categories: transportation, energy & utilities, and digital. This full-sector approach can maximise resilience for investors and offers long-term stability with low demand elasticity.

Essential services

One word – essentiality – underpins our approach to infrastructure investing. We identify assets that provide essential services, such as mass transportation or communications networks, and work transparently to finance their delivery.

Highly diverse

Our infrastructure arm now manages more than 100 debt investments spanning digital, energy, social, transportation and utilities. In total, we have c. €15 billion in infrastructure assets under management1.

Debt and equity

Investments are made across the capital structure for our global clients. Our international team of experts can access the right opportunities – debt or equity – to deliver robust, risk-adjusted returns.

A leader in infrastructure

€15 bn+ 1

debt and equity assets under management

150+ years1

of combined experience among our infrastructure professionals

100+ 1

loans made to infrastructure projects

10 1

equity stakes held in 10 major projects

#4 2

Capital raiser worldwide in infrastructure debt

The team has in excess of 150 years of experience in European infrastructure investment and asset management, bringing expertise and insight.
A wealth of expertise

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Equity investments

Our funds are invested in essential projects that have the capacity to scale. One focus is on delivering ultra-fast fibre optic telecommunication networks to customers in France and across Europe.

Debt investments

Behaviours and aspirations saw broad change in 2020. Renewables and digital infrastructure now offer some of the greatest investment opportunities. Investors benefit from our agile response to these shifting trends and demands.

UK onshore wind farm

In 2020, we closed a major investment in a leading onshore wind farm company in the UK. It operates 35 onshore farms, delivering revenue under medium- and long-term Power Purchase Agreements.



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Delivering growth

The company benefits from a large portfolio of mature and reliable technology. Operating margins continue to grow, as added efficiencies are delivered through economies of scale, which means on-going revenue growth.

Sustainable opportunities


AXA Group’s strategy also involves ecological forestry holdings that align with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

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Risk Warning
No assurance can be given that our strategies will be successful. Investors can lose some or all of their capital invested.


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