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Asset Management

Since its foundation, ThomasLloyd has been a company that stands for sustainability in every field in which it is commercially active. Our overriding goal is therefore to orientate our asset management towards the interests of our clients and, with our projects for our investors and for society at large, to generate value in a sustainable fashion. In pursuing this holistic approach, we are putting our faith in an innovative, risk-adjusted brand of asset management with which we are earning above-average returns with the capital that our investors have entrusted us with.

Asset Management

Merchant Banking

ThomasLloyd Capital (TLC) is one of the world's leading specialist financial advisors solely dedicated to the infrastructure sector in Asia. TLC helps develop and finance infrastructure projects in Asia that can meaningfully improve peoples’ lives, with a special emphasis on emerging markets where there are critical needs in power, utilities, and transportation.We offer flexible financing solutions, industry-leading sector expertise, and an established track record in developing countries. Our focus is supporting private infrastructure projects with strong development impact.

Merchant Banking

As enabling investor we support projects from the very beginning, helping greenfield projects to reach operational stage and build individual infrastructure assets into infrastructure platforms. Our active ownership approach combined with creativity, competence and experience not only contributes to the prosperity of society by building necessary infrastructure but also generates attractive returns for our clients.

T.U. Michael Sieg, Chairman, CEO & Founder

News

09.2015

BusinessWorld: Macquarie-managed fund acquires SaCaSol

A Fund managed by the Macquarie group has completed the acquisition of a majority stake in San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol), whose farm was expanded last week to hit its maximum capacity of 45 megawatts. “In doing so, SaCaSol goes from being the first, to also currently the largest solar power farm in the country,” the firm said in a statement on Friday. The 70-hectare solar farm is located in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, which is becoming “the renewable energy center” of the Visayas region. It is also found within the 405-hectare San Carlos Economic Zone. Inaugurated in May 2014, the solar farm is composed of around 175,000 panels. It provides electricity to over 100,000 homes and supplies daytime peak power to the Visayas Grid. SaCaSol said the investors of Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI) fund, which is managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, include the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Langoer Investments Holdings B.V., and Macquarie.

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09.2015

Bloomberg: ThomasLloyd Makes a Further Divestment of its Solar Portfolio in the Philippines

Following the sale of San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol) in June 2015, which included a 45 MW solar facility at San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, ThomasLloyd CTI Asia Holdings Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ThomasLloyd SICAV-SIF-Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, today confirmed that it had divested all of its rights to the projects of Negros Island Solar Power Inc. in a second transaction with Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI). These rights include the ‘in construction’ 32 MW solar facility at La Carlota and the 48 MW solar facility at Manapla also on Negros Occidental, all of which is expected to benefit from the government Feed-in-Tariff. Both transactions combined represent 125 MW of total installed solar capacity, which will be equivalent to 25% of the solar FiT Tariff quota within the Philippines.

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09.2015

Reuters: ThomasLloyd Makes a Further Divestment of its Solar Portfolio in the Philippines

Following the sale of San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (SaCaSol) in June 2015, which included a 45 MW solar facility at San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, ThomasLloyd CTI Asia Holdings Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ThomasLloyd SICAV-SIF-Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, today confirmed that it had divested all of its rights to the projects of Negros Island Solar Power Inc. in a second transaction with Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure (PINAI). These rights include the ‘in construction’ 32 MW solar facility at La Carlota and the 48 MW solar facility at Manapla also on Negros Occidental, all of which is expected to benefit from the government Feed-in-Tariff. Both transactions combined represent 125 MW of total installed solar capacity, which will be equivalent to 25% of the solar FiT Tariff quota within the Philippines.

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