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Employing over 130 professionals, InfraRed is headquartered in London with offices in Hong Kong, New York, Sydney and Seoul.

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Careers at InfraRed

As a leading infrastructure and real estate specialist operating in an ever-changing market place, our reputation depends upon our people. 

What We Do

We are passionate about our work, are confident under pressure, relish new challenges and adhere to the chosen InfraRed values of Passion, Curiosity, Fulfilment, Trust and Partnership.

Our values underpin everything that we do and the way in which we interact both with each other and with external parties, as well as how we measure our performance. Anyone who joins InfraRed and demonstrates their commitment to our values can expect a great deal in return, including genuine prospects for career development, tailor-made training, opportunities for secondments and a highly competitive benefits package.

Our current vacancies are listed below. If you like the sound of how we work and believe you fit the stated criteria, please apply for your chosen role by clicking on the below link and attaching your CV.

Equal Opportunities Statement

We are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. It is our policy that all Individuals and all job applicants will receive fair employment opportunities regardless of age, disability (including physical, mental or sensory impairments), gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (including colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief (including any religious or philosophical belief or a lack of belief), sex or sexual orientation.

I wanted to join an industry leader with an extensive track record, an innovative approach to investing and a solid culture underpinned by meaningful values. At InfraRed I am given the opportunity to challenge myself working in teams alongside talented experts and build on my previous experience. I have not looked back once since joining

Ines Delignat
Infrastructure Analyst,
joined InfraRed in July 2016

Accountant - Finance and Operations

Finance

open

Details

Reference:
FOTACC
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

Given the growth and expansion of the unlisted infrastructure funds, the Finance & Operations Team requires an accountant with previous fund accounting experience to take on reporting and control responsibilities.

The role is integral to the financial reporting and operations for the 4 unlisted infrastructure funds and 3 co-investment vehicles, with assets under management of over USD 1.5bn and over 40 investments. The role is part of a wider finance team and reports to the Financial Controller, Infrastructure.

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The main responsibilities for the position include:

Financial reporting, control and management:

• Assist with the management of the fund reporting and control function for the four primary unlisted infrastructure funds, plus three co-investment vehicles.
• Work closely with the Financial Controller and Third-Party Administrator (“TPA”) to ensure timely and accurate reporting of the actual results of the unlisted infrastructure funds and intermediate holding entities on a quarterly basis
• Input, review and provide support for the preparation of the quarterly investor reports
Payments and cash management
• Prepare weekly payment runs in line with fund requirements, including ensuring accurate coding of funds flow for payments through complex funding structures
• Prepare and review documentation to ensure payments are approved and processed in a timely manner
• Weekly updates of fund forecast cash flows and requirements
• Invoice preparation and management
• Facility utilisations, repayments and associated management, including letters of credit
• Monitor cash transfers between fund and project bank accounts to ensure compliance with finance agreements
• Assist with the establishment of bank accounts in line with business policy


Assist with the preparation of regulatory reporting including:
• Statutory accounts prepared under either FRS 102 or IFRS; working closely with the TPA, Portfolio Directors, Auditors and the wider InfraRed business as required to support timely preparation, review and lodgement of the annual statutory accounts
• Quarter and year end close processes
• Work closely with the InfraRed tax department to ensure that all information required for UK, U.S. and overseas tax reporting is delivered to third-party service providers within required deadlines
• Ensure the preparation and submission of overseas VAT and other tax returns by suitably qualified third-party service providers
• Oversight of quarterly AIFMD returns prepared by TPA
• Co-ordinate any internal audit processes and the Quarterly Internal Control Certification process


FX Hedging and Treasury
• Undertake and monitor FX requirements on a deal by deal / currency by currency basis
• Ensure that best price is sought when entering into FX transactions
• Ensure all trades are executed, documented and communicated to the TPA
• Monitor and liaise with the TPA to ensure compliance with settlement deadlines
• Liaise with banks to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements


Ad-hoc responsibilities
• Assist with new fund investments and disposals as and when required
• Work with the Portfolio Directors, TPA and wider InfraRed business to identify efficiencies and process improvements


Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:
• Proven experience within a fund accounting environment
• Post qualification experience (ACCA, CIMA or ACA)
• Competent with MS suite of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Familiarity with “Investran” an advantage
• Strong project and relationship management skills
• The ability to actively manage the TPA and numerous parallel tasks effectively through to completion
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Ability to manage and work to key reporting deadlines
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal in English language

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Associate Director – TRIG Fund Management

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
TRIGIR
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

The Associate Director will have a broad range of responsibilities relating to InfraRed’s responsibilities as Investment Manager to TRIG, encompassing both investor relations and fund management activities. Read more about this job >

The main responsibilities for the position include:

  • Contribute to all aspects of TRIG’s management including Investor Relations
  • Lead drafting of the front half of the Report and Accounts and on regulatory and market elements of investor communications generally
  • Assist in the preparation of investor materials generally including analyst and investor presentations, report and accounts and capital markets seminars
  • Research and follow regulatory and market developments in the renewables energy sector within target markets, summarising and disseminating relevant developments; co-ordinate regulatory and market developments with overseas teams
  • Follow developments in power prices, summarising and disseminating relevant developments
  • Manage relationship with power price forecasters
  • Research potential new markets, developing investment and operational enhancement themes
  • Contribute to thought leadership, e.g. drafting material for the TRIG website or for publication in external media outlets
  • Co-ordinate annual strategy reviews and follow-up on development initiatives
  • Assist in the preparation of Board papers
  • Lead the development of ESG reporting as part of TRIG’s Annual Report, acting as the link to RES asset managers
  • Ad hoc tasks such as the development of risk management tools, working with the Fund Manager and Portfolio Director
  • Build relationships and work with key service providers (e.g. Canaccord, Genuity, Aztec, Tulchan)
  • Flexibility to support other aspects of InfraRed’s infrastructure business, which include investment adviser to the listed company HICL, as required to efficiently manage workload and provide cover


Candidate Profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:

  • Strong written communication, with excellent use of English language both verbally and orally
  • Confident presentation style and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to form relationships with a variety of stakeholder
  • Research orientated with an enquiring mind
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Strong project management and multi-tasking skills 
  • Pays close attention to accuracy and quality of output
  • Good financial literacy (ability to read report and accounts) and an interest in listed equities
  • Excellent MS office skills (PowerPoint, Excel and Word)
  • Demonstrable experience in the infrastructure and renewables market and/or within corporate finance working with listed investment companies
  • CF30 (although can be obtained once in situ)
  • IMC/CFA, CIMA, ACA or similar professional qualification desirable
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HICL Portfolio Manager

Infrastructure

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Details

Reference:
HICLPM
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

An opportunity has arisen for a portfolio manager for HICL in Secondary Infrastructure, leading portfolio management initiatives for HICL and providing support across all of the Group’s Secondary Infrastructure Funds.


Portfolio management is the financial management and reporting in relation to investments, including maximising yield and value. The successful candidate will work as one of two portfolio managers, sharing responsibility for portfolio management across the HICL portfolio. Day to day financial management for each of the investments is outsourced to a variety of 3rd party providers.


The role will work closely with the Fund Manager, Originators, Asset Managers and Finance team of HICL. The position reports to the Portfolio Director, Infrastructure for HICL.

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The main responsibilities for the position include:


• Identification and management of value enhancements and asset management initiatives in relation to investments in the HICL portfolio including optimising tax claims, refinancing, bulk procurement, treasury management, financial restructuring, accounting policies etc.
• Managing the preparation of 5 year financial forecasts, stress scenarios and annual business plan. Oversight of tax matters across the HICL’s investment portfolio
• Management of distributable cashflow, with joint responsibility for monitoring and managing receipt of distributions and ensuring HICL’s dividend is cash covered
• Manage the transfer of ownership on new acquisitions to align with generic fund structure, including co-shareholder, funder and Authority approvals as required
• The role is expected to expand over time to take additional responsibilities potentially across other InfraRed managed infrastructure funds as well as line management responsibility
• Support initiatives across Secondary Infrastructure including ad hoc transaction work


Candidate Profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:
• Significant work experience in the project finance industry, preferably in portfolio management
• Strong written and oral communication skills in English language
• Proficient in Excel and experience working with detailed Excel project finance models
• Accountancy qualification and/or significant work experience in project finance transactions
including investment accounting, valuations and managing transactions
• Project management skills and experience of managing one or more junior colleagues
• Service-focussed and comfortable dealing with investors, internal teams and external auditors
or bankers
• Commercial experience in negotiations with 3rd parties
• Oriented to problem solving and keen to use personal initiative
• Organised and able to multi-task in a time-pressured environment
• Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
• Good eye for detail with tenacity in chasing and following up ensuring deadlines are met
• Fund management / investor relations experience is desirable
• Fluency in an additional European language

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Investor Relations Analyst

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
IRANA
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

HICL was the first infrastructure investment company to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange and is a member of the FTSE 250 index. As Investment Adviser to HICL, InfraRed is responsible for the operational aspects of the Company’s disclosure obligations as a London-listed entity, and the maintenance and development of professional relationships with HICL’s shareholders and other stakeholders.


Reporting to the Investor Relations Executive responsible for HICL, the Investor Relations Analyst will provide support to the HICL Fund Management team relating to the InfraRed’s responsibilities as Investment Adviser to HICL, with particular emphasis on shareholder communications and engagement. This will include interacting with the HICL Fund Manager, the HICL Investor Relations Executive and the HICL Fund Management Investment Executive and dealing with a variety of internal and external service providers and stakeholders.

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Job responsibilities:

In relation to HICL investors:

  • Support the preparation of regular and ad hoc HICL investor presentations and other external messaging materials such as Company announcements via the Regulatory News Service of the London Stock Exchange (“RNSs”), Company Factsheets, Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) and dividend documentation
  • Prepare responses to stakeholder queries and investor Due Diligence Questionnaires (“DDQs”), under supervision of the HICL Investor Relations Executive
  • In conjunction with the HICL Investor Relations Executive, prepare presentations for and support the delivery of Capital Markets Seminars, and other events, such as site visits
  • Support the development and preparation of materials for the Annual Report (front-end), Interim Results (front-end) and Investor Presentation
  • Prepare required regulatory documents (e.g. Key Information Document and associated records, Article 23 Disclosures, Modern Slavery Statement)
  • Organise logistics for investor road shows with advisers
  • Ensure all meaningful (existing and prospective) investor interactions (including key information/ feedback) are recorded into the CRM system
  • Contribute to making IR function best-in-class, proactively suggesting ways to be more efficient and professional by sharing best practices, feeding-back comments from third parties, anticipating trends and seeking to understand investors’ needs and concerns


Other:

  • Support the drafting and presentation of Investor Relations papers for HICL Board meetings
  • Track and report on peer group financial results and other significant announcements
  • Build a detailed level of knowledge in underlying industry sectors and capital markets
  • Build relationships with HICL service providers (e.g. Company Secretary, Registrar, brokers)
  • Ensure HICL website is regularly checked for technical performance (working with IT), accuracy and relevance, and is kept up to date
  • Opportunity to undertake CF30 qualification

Candidate Profile

We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:

  • Strong written communication in English, with a high level of attention to detail and a clear, concise style
  • Excellent working knowledge of MS PowerPoint, Excel and Word
  • Highest standards of presentation and accuracy
  • Confident and organised, demonstrates ability to manage own time and prioritise competing tasks
  • Mature, confident presentation style
  • Clear and engaging verbal communication skills
  • Ability to form relationships through interpersonal skills
  • Numerate with financial literacy (ability to read financial reports and accounts)
  • Familiarity with CRM databases
  • An interest in listed equities/infrastructure market
  • Understanding of, and interest in, infrastructure investment
  • Financial qualification (e.g. CIMA, ACA, CFA), Certificate in Investor Relations, and/or Investment Management Certificate is desirable but not essential
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Investment Strategist, Real Estate

Real Estate — Investments

open

Details

Reference:
INSTRAT
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

An investment strategist is sought to complement the current investment team in real estate. The candidate will be responsible for analysing investment opportunities with highly operational aspects of businesses that require a robust understanding of and experience with competitive markets, technology, business dynamics and organisational and management challenges. The professional will, over time, also be expected to be in a position to independently identify investment opportunities of a similar nature.

The candidate will work independently and alongside originators and asset managers in real estate on transactions which involve the acquisition or exposure to operational businesses, or assets with a high operational complexity. The candidate will ensure that all potential investments get sufficient strategic review, pre or post acquisition.

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The main responsibilities for this role will include:


• Providing a strategic review and assessment of certain markets or investments with a high degree of operational complexity, and which more closely resemble traditional private equity transactions
• Support or drive the business plan creation for these investments
• Contribute to business development and thought leadership in target markets
• Undertake reviews of investment economics including appointing, managing and questioning due diligence advisers (such as business and strategy consultants) and reviewing and questioning outputs from underlying business plans
• Where appropriate, complement or lead the investment team in meetings with vendors, acquisition partners, co-shareholders, financiers and contractors on transactions
• Lead best practice methodology for strategic investment
• Communicate findings effectively with team members in order to advise and support on operational strategy of potential investments
• Participate in, and contribute to, reporting processes
• Assist with fundraising and reporting to investors as required
• International travel as required by the business
• Lead specific training and development initiatives in the context of improving the strategic and corporate competence of junior professionals


Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:

• Prior experience working within a corporate strategy background with relevant experience in Strategy Consultancy, and Private Equity or a Real Estate investment house
• Work experience gained in an asset and or technology-oriented industry
• Ability to adjust to a variety of different industries and business models within real estate investment
• Strong commercial acumen with an understanding of business drivers and operational best-practice from the perspective of a broad range of stakeholders
• Demonstrated grasp of key technological trends and proven ability to translate into business implications
• Ability to analyse a wide range of businesses and geographies without bias
• Results oriented and able to demonstrate this through a track record of value enhancement projects or deal transactions
• Demonstrate evidence of strategic thinking at a high level and through long timeframe analysis
• Numerical, with a good grasp of key accounting and investment practices
• High motivation and focus to make things happen within a lean and non-hierarchical environment with a fast paced, high growth and demanding culture
• Excellent communicator and be able to inspire, influence and persuade others, and demonstrate effective teamwork across divisional and geographic boundaries
• Strong presenter, confident in dealing with a demanding set of audience including senior management teams
• A highly organised, systematic and forward-looking approach to undertaking key priorities

 

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Analyst

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
ANINFRALON
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

An opportunity has arisen for an investment analyst within the Infrastructure team.

InfraRed is one of the longest-standing investors in the infrastructure sector and has been investing in social infrastructure since the mid 1990’s and renewables since 2006.

We focus on developed economies with robust and enforceable legal frameworks, primarily in Europe, North America, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and other OECD countries with some limited scope to invest in emerging markets, including certain countries in Latin America.

The candidate will be based in London and may be required to travel to other offices to assist in supporting transactions.

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The candidate will work across the various infrastructure funds currently managed by InfraRed, which include:
• InfraRed Infrastructure Fund III, a private greenfield infrastructure fund raised in 2011;
• HICL, a £2.5bn listed brownfield social infrastructure fund;
• TRIG, a £900m listed brownfield renewable energy infrastructure fund;
• InfraRed Environmental Infrastructure Fund, a private greenfield environmental infrastructure fund raised in 2009;
• InfraRed Infrastructure Yield Fund, private brownfield infrastructure fund raised in 2012
“Greenfield infrastructure”, involves the sourcing and execution of new-build projects through their development, design, construction and management of those projects during their early operating phases. The focus is on Public Private Partnerships (“PPPs”), which are usually based around long-term concessions with public-sector counterparties as well as transportation and energy related infrastructure including renewable energy.
“Brownfield infrastructure”, involves the sourcing, execution and management of operational infrastructure projects, whether it is in the social infrastructure, transportation or renewable energy sector.


The main responsibilities for the position include:
• Semi-annual valuations of the portfolios, together with review of financial model updates from project companies
• In depth examination of the investment portfolio to identify savings and other value enhancements such as refinancing
• Updating fund forecast models to look at future projections for business planning, modelling of equity returns and key commercial and financial inputs (including debt facilities and further equity capital raisings)
• Support the origination, analysis, structuring, documentation and execution of infrastructure investment opportunities with a primary focus on Europe, with flexibility to work across other target regions
• Other analytical, research and modelling support for the team including competitor analysis and market reviews
• Assist in managing and reviewing all due diligence and structuring work-streams including the management of financial, legal and technical advisers
• Assist in preparation of presentations of investment opportunities to the investment committee
• Participate as required in reporting processes


Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:
• Excellent financial modelling skills, with an eye for accuracy
• Numerical proficiency
• Analytically rigorous and detail oriented particularly with regards to numerical analysis, legal documentation and written reports
• Able to grasp the key commercial drivers in relation to existing assets and new transactions, including what the key drivers are for value enhancement
• Able to synthesize complex matters effectively and concisely
• Have an enthusiastic and tenacious approach with a strong commitment to learning
• Manage involvement in a number of simultaneous initiatives, deliver work to agreed deadlines, and work well with a variety of individuals across a complex and evolving business
• Relevant infrastructure knowledge – developer, adviser, industrial sponsor, infrastructure fund, project finance advisory and/or lending institution
• Fluent in English and a Western European language
• Problem solving oriented and keen to use personal initiative
• Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel (proficiency in VBA macros is desirable), PowerPoint and other financial data terminals
• Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team

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Accountant, Infrastructure

Central Functions

open

Details

Reference:
ACCHICL
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

We have an exciting opportunity for an Accountant to join the Infrastructure finance team, working on HICL Infrastructure Company Limited (“HICL”), a £3bn FTSE-250 listed infrastructure fund.


This role reports into the HICL Financial Controller and forms part of a team responsible for the Infrastructure business’ financial reporting function, providing relevant, accurate and timely financial information at project and fund level.
The responsibilities require a close working relationship with other team members, including the HICL Assistant Accountant, the Portfolio Director, the Portfolio Management team and Fund Management team.
Additionally, there will be frequent involvement in several key external relationships, including third party administrators, external finance managers, banks and auditors.

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The main responsibilities for the position include:


Financial reporting, control and management
• Preparation of the quarterly management accounts for HICL under IFRS (applying them on an investment basis i.e. without consolidation) and statutory accounts for various holding companies under UK GAAP
• Input, review and providing support for the preparation of the quarterly board packs


Payments and cash management
• Monitoring cash, expenditure for HICL and associated investment holding companies
• Monitoring timely receipt of distributions (interest, dividend, fees) from investments
• Approving payments and ensuring they are processed in a timely manner
• Regular updating of fund forecast cash flows and requirements
• Managing the process for raising group relief invoices across the fund
• Revolving Credit Facility utilisations, repayments and associated management, including letters of credit
• Assist with the establishment of bank accounts in line with business policy


Assist with the preparation of regulatory reporting including:
• Supporting the financial controller in the semi-annual preparation of the HICL consolidated accounts
• Leading the external audit of c 40 investment holding companies
• Leading or assisting with the fund audit, tax returns, and compliance reports
• Managing the process for HICL WHT applications
• Reviewing of quarterly VAT submissions to the InfraRed central team
• Reviewing of quarterly AIFMD returns prepared by the team


FX Hedging and Treasury
• Identifying and managing FX hedging on cost-effective basis
• Contributing to or leading on on-going development of financial management policies and procedures
• Effective cash management, including placing deposits, considering best pricing and liquidity requirements
• Identifying and monitoring Revolving Credit Facility financial covenants and ensuring compliance with bank reporting obligations


Ad-hoc responsibilities
• Assisting with new fund investments and disposals where required
• Liaison with finance managers of HICL’s investments
• Working with the Fund Manager, Portfolio Director and wider InfraRed business to identify efficiencies and process improvements


Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:
• Technical accounting qualification (ACCA/CIMA/ACA) with 1 years’ minimum PQE
• Experience of preparing accounts
• Preferably experience of working in the PFI industry and/or fund industry and used Sun General ledger
• Proficient with MS suite of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• High level of attention to detail and accuracy
• Strong project and relationship management skills
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Ability to manage and work to key reporting deadlines
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal in English language

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Investment Professionals, Asset Management Real Estate

Real Estate Asset Management

open

Details

Reference:
AMRE
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

Senior investment professionals are sought to complement the current Real Estate Asset Management team.

The candidates will be primarily responsible for Asset Management activities in respect of a portfolio of UK and mainland Europe based projects.

They will act as a member of the Deal Team, providing oversight and co-ordination of the project management of acquisitions and disposals, ensuring transactions are conducted efficiently, with high quality standards and in compliance with internal policies.  They will contribute to the development and verification of project business plans.  Post-acquisition they will oversee the implementation and delivery of project business plans and successful project exit.

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The main responsibilities for this role will include:

  • Undertake the implementation, monitoring and delivery of added-value project business plans regarding leasing and capital expenditure programmes either directly or through the oversight, management and monitoring of external partners / asset managers
  • Lead the delivery and assist in the formation of business plans of complex refurbishments and ground up development across UK or Europe
  • Regularly review and re-forecast project business plans in line with internal processes and timescales; prepare formal recommendations to obtain reforecast, or new business plan, or sales approval
  • Play an important role as part of the Deal Team in taking acquisitions to a successful completion and lead, or assist with, sales working with internal and external resources as required. In conjunction with the Deal Team Head and/or senior Asset Management resource, undertake and/or review due diligence matters and execution of the exchange and completion processes
  • Development, co-authorship and verification of project business plans and KPIs as part of the acquisition Deal Team and the forecasting and co-authorship associated with disposal recommendations
  • Oversight of Property management matters (or ensuring external asset managers are complying with their property manager oversight responsibilities), including statutory and health & safety compliance, service charge budgeting / reconciliation, arrears / collection rates and regular / ad-hoc management reporting
  • Undertake quarterly reporting in respect of project portfolio, in line with internal processes and timescales, including presenting project progress to senior members of the real estate team, investment committee members and on occasions to Investors
  • Working with the Finance Team monitor and report on banking facility compliance, investor reporting, management accounting and audit matters
  • Develop and establish market contacts within the property market
  • Coordinate the provision of information to IRCP’s insurance broker to ensure assets remain insured in line with internal compliance and insurance policy requirements
  • Continually re-assess the operational risk inherent in the business, being aware of the operational risks associated with your role and acting in a manner that takes account of risk considerations
  • Actively develop and train direct reports
  • Represent IRCP and promote IRCP’s standing in the investment community in line with its values, ensuring that IRCP’s best interests and reputation are always protected
  • Act responsibly, with a value-oriented mind-set, in respect of business costs and expenses
  • Ensure that measures identified in any audits are implemented in a timely fashion

 

 

Candidate profile

We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:

  • Solid analytical skills and good financial modelling knowledge
  • Extensive commercial real estate experience  
  • A high level of commercial awareness
  • Strong communication skills, verbal and written in English; fluency in another European language is desirable (preferably French or German)
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a part of a team
  • Track record of delivery of refurbishments and developments
  • Comfortable working directly or through operating partners
  • Ability to work in a deadline driven environment
  • Detail oriented and thorough
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Experience of managing professional teams and interrogating architect schemes, cost plans etc
  • Experience of negotiating build and procurement contracts
  • Well-connected amongst professional service teams 
  • A strong grasp of the drivers of property returns
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Investment Director, Core Infrastructure

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
IDCORE
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

A senior investment professional is sought to complement the current Infrastructure investment team. The candidate will be primarily responsible for originating and executing opportunities in both energy and non-energy (transport, social, others) assets for InfraRed’s funds.

In terms of energy, our current focus is renewables, low carbon energy generation and energy related infrastructure investments (transmission, storage etc.) at development stage, in construction or post completion for either our income-focus on value-add funds (with a particular emphasis on offshore wind and low carbon energy generation sectors on the greenfield side). In relation to non-energy, targeted sectors include PPP, transportation, transmission and regulated assets for either our income-focus or value-add funds.

As well as the execution of transactions, a significant part of the role will be to contribute to origination and business development strategy for targeted sectors and take an active role in its implementation, with the objective of delivering opportunities in the changing infrastructure markets (predominantly in Europe and but also other jurisdiction where InfraRed has presence or is active, principally Americas and Australia) that will make attractive risk adjusted returns for InfraRed’s funds.

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The main responsibilities for this role will include:
• Developing InfraRed networks and relationships supportive of implementation of the strategy for the Sectors
• In respect of the Sectors, contribute to the business development strategy and its implementation
• Originate and lead the structuring and completion of Sector transactions (predominantly investments and acquisitions but may also include refinancing and disposals) efficiently and at all times in accordance with InfraRed’s processes
• Take the lead in target investment appraisal including appointing and closely managing due
diligence advisers, reviewing and challenging outputs from underlying project financial models
and preparing and presenting investment papers
• Negotiation of investment-related documentation such as sale and purchase agreements,
shareholder agreements and financing documents
• Represent InfraRed and the applicable fund in meetings with vendors, acquisition partners, coshareholders,
financiers and contractors on transactions
• Monitor investments including potentially representing InfraRed on Boards of investee
companies
• Participate fully in all reporting processes
• Advance the sector knowledge of other team members through proactive collaboration and
enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of existing transaction processes
• Mentor and develop junior staff members
• Assist with fundraising and reporting to investors as required

Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to have the following attributes:

• Significant prior experience working within Renewables Infrastructure in Northern Europe, with
relevant transactional experience in making investments either as a sponsor, principal or in an
investment advisory capacity
• Evidence of successful acquisition of development platforms or operating businesses with
particular experience in assessing early stage pipeline and/or management team
• Strong marketing / sales skills and solid analytical abilities
• Evidence of working as part of an investment team together with portfolio management team in
the Sector(s)
• Results oriented as demonstrated through a track record of successful transactions and value
driven initiatives
• High energy level, motivation and focus to make things happen within a lean and nonhierarchical
environment with a fast paced, high growth and highly diverse culture
• Excellent communicator and be able to inspire, influence and persuade others, and demonstrate
effective teamwork across divisional and geographic boundaries
• Strong presenter, confident in dealing with demanding set of audience including senior
management teams
• Fluent in English and another European language (preferably German, Swedish, Norwegian or
Danish) and be able to travel extensively if necessary
• Demonstrate a highly organised, systematic and forward-looking approach to undertaking key
priorities
• Demonstrate evidence of strategic thinking at a high level and long timeframe analysis
• Strong commercial acumen through an understanding of multiple business drivers from the
perspective of a broad range of stakeholders

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Asset Managers, Infrastructure

Infrastructure Asset Management

open

Details

Reference:
AMINFRA
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

Due to a number of exciting changes and portfolio growth we are looking for talented asset managers to join our Infrastructure team. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to act as a Director on a portfolio of Project
Company Boards. The roles will manage investments in projects across a range of infrastructure funds and focus on increasing shareholder value. They will also manage public and private sector partners and provide technical input to both
acquisitions and bids.

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The main responsibilities for the position include:


• Working proactively with the InfraRed team to pursue excellence in the delivery of our asset management function
• Carrying out asset specific and portfolio-wide analysis, taking a proactive and entrepreneurial approach to identify and explain value initiatives across the portfolio, and then to drive the implementation of these initiatives to an agreed plan
• Managing a portfolio of investments as the nominated InfraRed board director representing the interests of our fund investors. In the first instance this will typically be working together with, and supporting, an experienced InfraRed Asset Manager. This board director role further includes:
• Preparing for and attending all relevant meetings with the management teams, service providers, clients and other key stakeholders
• Determining and driving value initiatives and risk mitigation strategies at the project level
• Review and challenge the cost and revenue assumptions and asset plans put forward by project company management teams
• Ensure good governance and that all statutory, contractual and corporate regulations and InfraRed policies are properly complied with by the management teams running the day to day operations of the asset
• Managing the key stakeholder relationships, including public sector clients where applicable, including the attendance and contribution in contractual meetings and other forms of general contact
• Attend internal meetings involving the management and development of assets, including the preparation and presentation of clear and factual reports
• Appointing and coordinating specialist input
• Due diligence activities on new investments, such as reviewing project documentation, technical due diligence reports and making site visits to support bids and acquisitions
• Assisting the Asset Management team on specific tasks on those projects which have operational, performance or relationship issues

Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:


• Experience of creating or managing PFI/PPP projects
• Experience in the delivery of either Facility Management, Construction Services and/or Energy Systems,
or working in technical capacity in the built environment
• Numerate and commercially aware
• Ability to analyse and solve-problems, including the use and manipulation of Excel and other software
products
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal in English language, able to engage at all levels
• Confidence to represent investor interests at Project Board level, with the ability and willingness to take
management responsibility and to take a lead where necessary in negotiations with stakeholders
• Fluency in an additional European language advantageous
• Practiced project management skills
• Able to work autonomously and as part of a team
• Experience of managing one or more junior colleagues
• Able to work on a variety of tasks concurrently
• Deliver accurate, quality reporting to meet tight deadlines
• Proficiency in MS Office

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TRIG Portfolio Manager

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
TRIGPM
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

An opportunity has arisen for a portfolio manager working with the team on The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited (TRIG). The successful candidate will lead portfolio management initiatives and provide support to other support functions for the fund including operations management, fund management, investor relations and financial management.
Portfolio management is the financial management and reporting of the fund; including maximising yield and value from investments. The candidate will be responsible for monitoring, forecasting and enhancing the value from the investments in the TRIG portfolio. The role will include leading value enhancement initiatives including refinancings, tax management and PPA strategy analysis.
The role will work closely with TRIG’s Fund Manager, the Portfolio Director and the Accountant responsible for TRIG.

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The main responsibilities for the position include:


• Identification and management of value enhancements and management initiatives on the investments and holding structure of the TRIG portfolio including optimising cashflows, refinancings, financial restructuring, tax claims, accounting policies etc.
• Manage the preparation of financial forecasts, in particular forecasting cashflow and dividend cash cover and, in conjunction with the Portfolio Director, prepare the annual business plan
• Lead on the semi-annual valuation of the portfolio including managing the analysts seconded to TRIG Portfolio Management
• Assist the team in the preparation of board papers and presentations, shareholder materials and fund raising documents
• Respond to analyst questions and support the Fund Manager, Portfolio Director and Investor Relations teams in preparing information for analysts and investors
• Manage refinancings of underlying sub-portfolios of investments, assisting in the Group debt management in consultation with the Portfolio Director
• Support on acquisitions, considering impact on the portfolio returns and cashflows
• Support on management of the Revolving Credit Facility lenders and extensions
• Manage analyst(s) / associate(s) input on the above tasks
• May involve providing assistance and support to other IRCP Infrastructure funds, both listed and unlisted.

Candidate profile
We expect the successful candidate to demonstrate the following attributes:


• CIMA, CPA, ACA or MBA qualification desirable
• Previous work experience in renewables and/or infrastructure including project finance, transaction and portfolio management experience
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal in English language, able to engage at a Senior/ Institutional Investor level
• Commercial experience in negotiation with third parties
• Practiced project management skills
• Able to work autonomously and as part of a team
• Experience of managing one or more junior colleagues
• Able to work on a variety of tasks concurrently
• Deliver accurate, quality reporting to meet tight deadlines
• Working knowledge of investment accounting, valuations, tax and managing transactions
• Is proficient in MS Excel and working with detailed Excel project finance models
• Fund management / investor relations experience desirable
• Fluency in an additional European language advantageous

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