About us

From our offices in London, New York, Sydney, and Seoul, we actively manage over 220 infrastructure projects in 17 countries, with US$10bn of equity under management in private and listed funds. InfraRed is a part of SLC Management which is the institutional alternatives and traditional asset management business of Sun Life.

Our talented, diverse team comprises over 20 nationalities speaking 20 different languages. So far, we have launched 11 infrastructure funds, including two investment companies listed on the London Stock Exchange.

International Reach

We have long track record investing in essential infrastructure that impacts millions of lives. From schools and hospitals, roads and railways, to low carbon generation and infrastructure which supports the energy transition, our diversified portfolio delivers positive outcomes for a broad community of stakeholders.

To enhance the resilience of our individual assets and our portfolio as a whole, Sustainability is embedded in both our mindset and our investment processes to ensure that ESG risks and opportunities are considered throughout the investment cycle.

We manage real assets with a real purpose

InfraRed is more than a financial investor. We invest in real assets which contribute positively to society, whether that be promoting social development, improving quality of life or creating a positive environmental impact, both now and for future generations. 

We create real value for people and their communities in the form of job creation and high-quality infrastructure that enhances their lives. To maximise social impact across our portfolio and as whole and at the individual asset level, we have aligned our Community Engagement activities with our vision.

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Our story so far

2021

Joins the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative and makes net-zero pledge

2020

Sun Life Financial acquires 80% of InfraRed  

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2019

PRI triple A+ ratings  I $12bn equity under management 

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2018

First renewable energy investment in Australia

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2017

Invest in UK High Speed 1 rail link | First investment in Mexico | First investment in battery storage

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2016

First investment in Latin America | First offshore wind project investment 

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2015

Become the first investment manager of two listed infrastructure funds (HICL and TRIG) on the FTSE 250 index

Seoul office opens

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2013

Sydney office opens | Launch The Renewables Infrastructure Group, an infrastructure investment company listed on the London Stock Exchange

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2012

Makes first investment in New Zealand

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2011

Rebrand as InfraRed Capital Partners following a management buy-out | First investment in France – A63 toll road | First solar investment | Became a signatory of PRI 

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2010

First investment in Singapore

Singapore Sports Hubs

2009

First investment in Australia | First wind farm investment - Maesgwyn Wind Farm

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2008

New York office opens | First North American investment – Surrey outpatients

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2007

Hong Kong office opens | First demand toll tunnel investment – Tyne Tunnel, UK

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2006

Launch HICL Infrastructure Company Limited, the first infrastructure investment company to list on the London Stock Exchange

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2000

Acquired by HSBC and rebranded as HSBC Specialist Investments Limited (HSIL)

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1998

Open up to third party investors

1997

First investment in infrastructure (PFI project in the UK)

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1990

Established as part of Charterhouse Bank with a focus on real estate

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We hold ourselves to the highest standards to ensure that our stakeholders' trust is well founded. We strive to exceed the expectations of others, at all times observing and complying with the regulatory environment in which we operate. In the UK, we are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).