AMP Capital has raised a total of USD 2.02bn of commitments for its second global infrastructure fund AMP Capital Global Infrastructure Fund II, according to a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing on 17 December.
The commitments come from nine LP investors, the filing shows. These include South Yorkshire Pensions Authority, West Yorkshire Pension Fund, Merseyside Pension Fund and Pantheon Ventures, among others, according to Inframation Deals.
Incorporated in 2017, the fund is aiming to raise USD 3bn. It held a second close at USD 1.8bn in January 2019.
The fund is expected to carry on AMP Capital’s existing strategy, which targets a diversified strategy of mid-market infrastructure investments across member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in the energy, transportation, communication and utility sectors.