About Allianz Capital Partners
Allianz Capital Partners is the Allianz Group's in-house investment manager for alternative investments. With offices in Munich, London, New York and Singapore Allianz Capital Partners manages around EUR 12 billion of alternative assets. The investment focus is on direct investments in infrastructure and renewable energy as well as private equity fund investments. ACP’s investment strategy is targeted to generate attractive, long-term and stable returns while diversifying the overall investment portfolio for the Allianz Group insurance companies.
Borealis Infrastructure is the international infrastructure investment platform backed by Ontario Municipal Employee Retirement System (“OMERS”), one of the largest pension funds in Canada. OMERS is one of Canada’s largest pension funds, with $72.0 billion in net assets. OMERS is focused on providing secure and sustainable pensions to more than 450,000 members.
Borealis’s investment team targets large-scale, world-class infrastructure opportunities and actively manages all of its investments. Sponsorship by OMERS enables Borealis to be a long-term buy-and-hold investor. Borealis investments include Scotia Gas Networks, the second largest gas distribution group in the UK; Associated British Ports, the largest port operator in the UK; High Speed 1, a 30-year rail concession in the UK; NET4GAS, the gas transmission system operator in the Czech Republic (together with ACP); Caruna, the former Fortum electricity distribution business in Finland; and Ellevio, the former Fortum’s electricity distribution business in Sweden.
Infinity Investments SA / Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Infinity Investments SA, a wholly–owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), is a European-based investor in infrastructure assets.
The ADIA Group manages a global investment portfolio that is diversified across more than two dozen asset classes and sub-categories. With a long tradition of prudent investing, the ADIA Group’s investment decisions are based solely on its economic objectives of delivering sustained long-term financial returns. The ADIA Group’s Infrastructure Division was created in 2007 to build and manage a global portfolio of infrastructure investments with a core focus on assets with strong market-leading positions and relatively stable cash flows, including utilities such as water, gas and electricity distribution and transmission companies, as well as transport infrastructure, such as toll roads, ports, airports and freight railroads.
MEAG stands for best practice asset management for Munich Re and ERGO. MEAG has representations in Europe, Asia and North America and also offers its extensive know-how to institutional investors and private clients from outside the Group. MEAG currently manages assets to the value of around € 270 billion.
Autobahn Tank & Rast
Autobahn Tank & Rast is the leading provider of food service, retail goods, hotel accommodation and fuel on German motorways. The company and its tenants operate approximately 350 filling stations and around 390 restaurants (including approximately 50 hotels). Approximately 500 million travelers visit Tank & Rast service areas every year. Serways is the service brand of Tank & Rast, which stands for improved customer focus and increased service quality. Around 200 service areas operate under the Serways brand, as well as four hotels.