High quality based on global partnerships
Investors & Lenders
We have a vast pool of international cooperative partners, investors and lenders of capital with which to realise our infrastructure projects, including development banks both at the supranational and regional Asian level. And these partnerships go above and beyond mere financial investments. These partners continuously input their experience, expertise and advice into successfully developing our projects and effecting transactions.
The high quality and shared sustainable approach of these partners illustrate yet again that we aspire not only to generating sustainable value for our investors in many countries around the world with our infrastructure solutions, but also to helping actively shape the economic and ecological environment of the region in question, and therefore also the future of the people who live there.
Asian Development Bank (ADB), Philippines
The Asian Development Bank is a multilateral development bank established 1966 which is headquartered in Manila, Philippines to promote social and economic development in Asia. As social development organization ADB is dedicated to reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific through inclusive economic growth, environmentally sustainable growth, and regional integration. More than 50 financing partnership facilities, trust funds, and other funds – totalling several billion each year – are administered by ADB and put toward projects that promote social and economic development in Asia and the Pacific.
Algemene Pensioen Groep (APG), Netherlands
The APG (Algemene Pensioen Groep) from the Netherlands is one of the largest pension funds in the world and manages the pension assets of 4.5 million Dutch nationals at more than 20,000 companies in numerous industries. APG manages approximately €240 billion in assets and has a market share of more than 30 percent in the Netherlands. The company also has operations in the US and Hong Kong and employs more than 5,000 people.
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Founded in 1851, Bank of the Philippine Islands is the first bank in the Philippines and in the Southeast Asian region. BPI is a universal bank and together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, it offers a wide range of financial products and solutions that serve both retail and corporate clients. BPI's services include consumer banking and lending, asset management, insurance, securities brokerage and distribution, foreign exchange, leasing, and corporate and investment banking. The bank has a network of over 800 branches in the Philippines, Hong Kong and Europe.
Clean Technology Fund (CTF)
The Clean Technology Fund, a financing instrument under the Climate Investment Funds, provides developing countries with incentives to scale up the demonstration, deployment, and transfer of technologies that have high potential for long-term greenhouse gas emissions savings. The Climate Investment Funds are unique financing instruments that support low-carbon and climate-resilient development.
Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Philippines
GSIS is the state social insurance institute for the Philippines, which was established in 1936 as part of the Common Wealth Act. It is responsible for the pension entitlements of government employees, and has a reported balance sheet total of over USD 20 billion at the end of the last financial year.
Canada Climate Change Program
The IFC-Canada Climate Change Program promotes private sector financing for clean energy projects. It receives funding under Canada’s fast-start financing to catalyze investments in renewable, low-carbon technologies. The Government of Canada will provide $ 2.65 billion between 2015 and 2020 to support developing countries’ transition to low carbon economies and adapt to the impact of climate change.
International Finance Corporation (IFC), Member of the World Bank Group
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets. IFC is working with more than 2,000 businesses worldwide, they use their six decades of experience to create opportunity where it’s needed most. In FY16, their long-term investments in developing countries rose to nearly $19 billion, leveraging their capital, expertise and influence to help the private sector end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity.
IFC Managed Co-Lending Portfolio Program (MCPP)
The Managed Co-Lending Portfolio Program (MCPP) is a new IFC Syndications product that allows institutional investors the opportunity to passively participate in IFC’s future loan portfolio. Investors provide capital on a portfolio basis, which can be deployed by IFC in individual investments across all regions and sectors in accordance with IFC’s strategy and processes. MCPP investor approval is sought pre-mandate; project appraisal, approval, commitment, and supervision are managed directly by IFC with the MCPP investor passively following IFC decisions. MCPP complements IFC’s existing B Loan and Parallel Loan platforms. Through MCPP IFC can expand its base of co-lending partners to include investors that do not have the capacity to invest on a “deal by deal” basis. MCPP Investors include:
People's Bank of China:
The People's Bank of China is the central bank of the People's Republic of China with the power to carry out monetary policy and regulate financial institutions in mainland China. The People's Bank of China has more financial assets than any single public institution, and is second only to the Federal Reserve System of the United States in terms of overall central bank assets. The Bank was established on December 1, 1948 based on the consolidation of the Huabei Bank, the Beihai Bank and the Xibei Farmer Bank. In September 1983, the State Council decided to have the PBC function as a central bank. The Law of the People's Republic of China on the People's Bank of China adopted on March 18, 1995 by the 3rd Plenum of the 8th National People's Congress has since legally confirmed the PBC's central bank status.
Allianz Global Investors:
Allianz Global Investors is a diversified active investment manager with a strong parent company and a culture of risk management. With 25 offices in 18 countries, AllianzGI provides global investment and research capabilities with consultative local delivery. AllianzGI has more than EUR 469 billion in AUM for individuals, families and institutions worldwide and employ more than 500 investment professionals. AllianzGI’s infrastructure debt team, led by Claus Fintzen, focuses on senior and stable debt investments in the essential infrastructure sector. The team currently has EUR8bn under management.
Eastspring Investments, part of Prudential Corporation Asia, is Prudential's asset management business in Asia. With operations in 10 Asian markets as well as offices in North America and Europe, they have almost 2,500 employees and US$146 billion in assets under management (as of 31 December 2016). They were named Asia’s leading retail fund manager for 2016 in an annual survey by Asia Asset Management. The annual survey ranks participating fund managers in Asia, ex Japan, Australia and New Zealand, based on assets sourced in the region as of June 30, 2016.
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings Philippines PTE Ltd.
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings belongs to Macquarie Group Limited whose head office is in Sydney. With over 13,000 employees, the company is the largest infrastructure asset manager in the world, with branches in the world's major financial centres. Macquarie currently manages assets of c. USD 375 billion.