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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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London

InfraRed Capital Partners Limited

12 Charles II Street
London
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Hong Kong

InfraRed Capital Partners (HK) Limited

23/F 8 Wyndham Street
Central
Hong Kong

+852 2809 0819
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New York

InfraRed Capital Partners (US) LLC

1370 Avenue of the Americas
20th floor
New York NY 10019

+1 212 297 2650
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Seoul

InfraRed Capital Partners Limited, Korea Branch

41/F Gangnam Finance Center
152 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu
Seoul 135-984

Korea

+82 (0)2 2008 4598
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Sydney

InfraRed Capital Partners (Australia) PTY Limited

Level 44, Grosvenor Place
225 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

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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

Analyst, Infrastructure

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
ANINFRA
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

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The position

An opportunity has arisen for an investment analyst within the Infrastructure team. The candidate will work across the various infrastructure funds currently managed by InfraRed:

  • 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 and;
  • InfraRed Infrastructure Fund V, a private development infrastructure fund currently being raised

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

“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 sector or renewable energy space.

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, Latin America (Mexico, Colombia and Chile), Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and other OECD countries with some limited scope to invest in emerging markets.

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 ideal candidate to have the following attributes:

  • Relevant infrastructure knowledge – i.e. internship/s with  developer, adviser, industrial sponsor, infrastructure fund, project finance advisory and/or lending institution;
  • Fluent in English and at least one of the following European languages - French, German or Dutch;
  • Excellent financial modelling skills, with an eye for accuracy;
  • 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;
  • Able to 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;
  • Educated to a degree level and above and can demonstrate a strong academic record.

 The successful candidate may also demonstrate some of the following personal attributes:

  • Problem solving oriented and keen to use personal initiative
  • Evidence of strong numerical, writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other financial data terminals
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team

 

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Analyst, Infrastructure - New York

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
ANINFRA-NY
Location:
New York
Type:
Permanent

Description

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The position

 An opportunity has arisen for an investment analyst within the Infrastructure team. The candidate will work across the various infrastructure funds managed by InfraRed, including:

  • InfraRed Infrastructure Fund III, a private development infrastructure fund raised in 2011;
  • InfraRed Infrastructure Fund V, a private development infrastructure fund currently being raised;
  • HICL, a £2.5bn listed secondary social infrastructure fund; and
  • TRIG, a £900m listed secondary renewable energy infrastructure fund.

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

“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 sector or renewable energy space.

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 North America, Europe, selected countries in Latin America, Australia, New Zealand and other OECD countries with some limited scope to invest in emerging markets.

The main responsibilities for the position include:

  • Support the origination, analysis, structuring, documentation and execution of infrastructure investment opportunities with a primary focus on North America, with flexibility to work across other target regions;
  • Financial modelling;
  • 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;
  • Analytical and research support for the team including competitor analysis and market reviews;
  • In depth examination of the investment portfolio to identify savings and other value enhancements such as refinancing;
  • Semi-annual  valuations  of  the  portfolios,  together  with  review  of  financial  model updates from project companies;
  • 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);
  • Participate as required in reporting processes

 Candidate profile

 We expect the ideal candidate to have the following attributes:

  • Relevant infrastructure experience - developer, adviser,  industrial sponsor, infrastructure fund, project finance advisory and/or lending institution - ideally in PPP/P3 project/Renewable/Energy/Transport sectors;
  • Excellent financial modelling skills, with an eye for accuracy;
  • 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;
  • Able to 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;
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and financial data terminals;
  • Problem solving oriented and keen to use personal initiative;
  • Evidence of strong numerical, writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team;
  • Educated to a degree level and above and can demonstrate a strong academic record
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Investment Executive, Energy Infrastructure - London

Infrastructure

open

Details

Reference:
IEINFRA-ENERGY
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

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The Position

An Investment Executive is sought to complement the current Energy Infrastructure investment team. The candidate will be primarily responsible for originating and executing opportunities in renewables, low carbon energy generation and energy related infrastructure investments (transmission, storage…) for either TRIG or Fund V with a particular focus on offshore wind and low carbon energy generation sectors (Focus Sectors).

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

 The main responsibilities for this role will include:

  • Developing InfraRed networks and relationships supportive of implementation of the strategy for the Focus Sectors
  • In respect of the Focus Sectors, contribute to the business development strategy and its implementation
  • Originate and lead the structuring and completion of Focus Sector transactions (predominantly investments and acquisitions but may also include refinancings 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, co-shareholders, 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 ideal candidate to have the following attributes:

  • Significant prior experience working within the Focus Sectors with relevant transactional experience in making investments either as a sponsor, principal or in an investment advisory capacity
  • Strong marketing / sales skills and solid analytical abilities
  • Evidence of working as part of an investment team together with  portfolio management team in the energy sector
  • 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 non-hierarchical environment with a fast paced, high growth and highly 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 demanding set of audience including senior management teams
  • Fluent in English and another European language (preferably Spanish, French or German) 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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Assistant Company Secretary

Risk, Technology & Operations

open

Details

Reference:
ASSIST CO SEC
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

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The position

This role supports the Company Secretary in providing a comprehensive range of company secretarial services to the business as required.

The role involves working closely with and supporting the Partners, UK and overseas boards, investment and other committees in the discharge of their duties and ensuring that any decisions taken are recorded and implemented appropriately with reference to principles of good governance at all times.

The main responsibilities for the position include:

  • Working with the Company Secretary in providing high quality, professional company secretarial services to the InfraRed group both in the UK and overseas and promoting good corporate governance throughout;
  • Providing practical guidance on the proper application and interpretation of corporate law in respect of constitution, formation and performance of the business;
  • Arranging, attending and minuting Committee and Board meetings;
  • Working with and supporting the Company Secretarial Assistant (“CSA”) on any technical queries that may arise or projects as allocated;
  • Assisting with the year end and Company’s insurances renewal processes;
  • Assisting in the maintenance of the Blueprint corporate database and the library of corporate documentation;
  • Creating and maintaining structure charts;
  • Maintaining InfraRed’s active notifications to ensure compliance with all obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998;
  • Assisting in the design and establishment of improved intranet portal for the team including maintenance of knowledge management documents and emerging risks or other research of relevance;
  • Working with the CSA to ensure that all ongoing statutory compliance/reporting deadlines are met and correct filings are made with Companies House;
  • Responding to requests for KYC information relating to the group entities as required;
  • Liaising with third party service providers in relation to the administration of overseas or fund SPVs;
  • Assisting with ad hoc individual projects as they arise;
  • Providing cover for the Company Secretary, as required

 Candidate Profile

We expect the ideal candidate to have the following attributes:

  • Demonstrable solid all-round company secretarial experience preferably in the asset management, private equity fund or general financial services sector;
  • ICSA qualified;
  • Sound knowledge of UK corporate law;
  • Good understanding of Blueprint;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Confident with dealing with people at all levels;
  • Well organised and able to multi-task and prioritise work load to tight deadlines;
  • Excellent administration skills;
  • Able to deliver quality written reports or minutes with excellent attention to detail

 

 

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Accountant

Finance

open

Details

Reference:
ACCOUNTANT
Location:
London
Type:
Permanent

Description

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The position

The Accountant, Central Finance supports the Group Financial Controller in ensuring the finance team provides internal and external stakeholders with a best-in-class financial accounting service through the provision of accurate and timely reporting through a well-controlled and efficient accounting process.

The IRCP Central Finance team is headed by the Group Financial Controller (GFC) and comprises of two Accountants, the Assistant Accountant and the Business and Finance Administrator. All members of the team report to the Group Finance Controller.

The main responsibilities for the position include:

Reporting and Analysis

  • Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports to the GFC for presentation to management and for external audit purposes
  • Responsible for preparation of group consolidation on a management accounting and statutory basis
  • Managing preparation of all inter-group fees and recharges between all group companies
  • Complete group VAT and FCA returns on a timely and accurate basis
  • Assist with collation of information and presentation of forecasts and ensure forecast schedules are updated throughout the year
  • Ad-hoc reporting as requested by the business

Financial control

  • Effective input and review of GL for all InfraRed group entities, ensuring that the GL data is complete, accurate and delivered in a timely manner
  • Responsible for balance sheet reconciliation processes on a group and company level basis, (e.g. investment, debtors, creditors)

Cash flow and transaction management

  • Provide effective operational cash management, cash flow processing and deposit management through maintaining a secure banking platform

 Other

  • Develop better ways of working and assist the GFC with new initiatives to improve reporting and control
  • Oversight and review of the work of the AA and the B&FA and ensure their technical development

Candidate profile

We are looking for someone who is keen to further their chosen career in accounting and has the following experience and attributes:

Essential

  • Holds or is near completion of technical accounting qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA)
  • Highly motivated, enthusiastic self-starter, who can add value as part of a team
  • Highly numerical with an excellent level of attention to detail and accuracy
  • Is well organised and able to prioritise multiple tasks to tight deadlines
  • Is confident dealing with people at all levels across the business
  • Willingness to learn and develop new skills / flexible ‘can do’ approach
  • Experience within an in-house finance team or in practice with an audit background
  • Highly numerate and proficient in Excel

Desirable

  • Experience of preparing management accounts and SUN GL (or a similar package)
  • Asset management experience preferable but not essential

 

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