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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



“Interview with CNBC India”, Nick Parsons – ThomasLloyd Head of Research & Strategy

In an interview with CNBC India, ThomasLloyd Head of Research & Strategy Nick Parsons discusses the ways in which China might retaliate to US President’s imposition of 10% tariffs on up to $200bn of Chinese exports. He also discusses the medium-term outlook for gold and ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna, Austria looks at the equilibrium price for crude oil.

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„Inspirational women in the India-UK business corridor“ – Nandita Sahgal Tully, the Managing Director of ThomasLloyd Group

„Inspirational women in the India-UK business corridor“ – Nandita Sahgal Tully, the Managing Director of ThomasLloyd Group is mentioned in an article of the New Asian Post.

Nandita Sahgal Tully, is a finance wizard who has climbed her way to the top on her own merit. When she started her career in 1995, she was surprised to see only a handful of females in senior positions. “This has changed with times, but it never ceases to amaze me that brilliant, capable women bow out of fulfilling their career potential because the work place is often not flexible to have both – a family and a career”, she says.

When she was appointed CEO, she shattered that glass ceiling to be in the top leadership role, but such positions can make it quite difficult to balance home life and work. “I had 12 days annual leave in 2 years!” “Balancing work and family remains a paramount challenge for women. But if organisations start having more women in leadership roles, it operates as an encouragement to other women in the workplace. Women’s leadership is so important in ensuring that more women are in positions where they have the authority to decide and negotiate on issues that affect them.

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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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