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African Infrastructure Investment Fund

African Infrastructure Investment Fund (AIIF) is managed by African Infrastructure Investment Managers(AIIM). The Fund was established in 2004 and invests in a diversified portfolio of infrastructure assets across Africa, with a bias towards South Africa. The Fund was fully committed in January 2009, with approximately R1.9 billion in assets under management.

The Fund's portfolio consists of toll road assets and a renewable energy project.

Investments
  • kelvin

    Kelvin Power

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    Kelvin Power

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Power Plant

    Date of Investment:
    2007

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund, Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund, J&J Infrastructure, Global Africa Power , Aldwych

    Business Synopsis:
    Kelvin Power Station is a 600 MW privately owned coal fired power plant with a power purchase agreement (PPA) in place with City Power, who in turn supplies the City of Johannesburg. located near Kempton Park in Johannesburg, South Africa

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    • Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Realised


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  • lcc

    Lekki Concession Company

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    Lekki Concession Company

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Toll Road

    Date of Investment:
    2008

    Investment Partners:
    African Infrastructure Investment Fund

    Business Synopsis:
    Lekki Concession Company Ltd (LCC) was set up specifically to execute the Lekki Toll Road Concession Project. This project was mandated to upgrade, expand and maintain approximately 50km of the Lekki-Epe Expressway (Phase I), and construction of approximately 20km of the Coastal Road (Phase II) on the Lekki Peninsular in Lagos, Nigeria. The project is designed to deliver essential road infrastructure and services along the Lekki Peninsular. The Concession is for a period of 30 years, following which the assets will be transferred to Lagos State Government.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    Status:
    • Realised


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  • n3tc

    N3 Toll Concession

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    N3 Toll Concession

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Toll Road

    Date of Investment:
    1999

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, South Africa Infrastructure Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund, Steelmetals, Public Investment Corporation, Futuregrowth Pooled Funds

    Business Synopsis:
    N3 Toll Concession (Pty) Ltd (N3TC) is the holder of a 30-year concession with the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL). In 1999 N3TC was commissioned to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain a 420 kilometre stretch of National Route 3 from Heidelberg in Gauteng to Cedara in KwaZulu-Natal. During the concession period, N3TC will manage the N3 Highway and its investors will earn a return from related activity.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    • South Africa Infrastructure Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Current


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  • neotel

    Neotel

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    Neotel

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Communications

    Date of Investment:
    2007

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund, Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund

    Business Synopsis:
    Neotel (Pty) Ltd is a telecommunications network operator that caters for wholesale, business and home customer needs. They deliver services that reduce the cost of doing business through the optimal use of advanced technologies. The funds had interests in Mawande Communications, which in turn owned a stake in Neotel.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    • Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Realised


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  • trac

    Trans African Concessions

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    Trans African Concessions

    Sector:
    Economic Infrastructure - Toll Road

    Date of Investment:
    1999

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, South Africa Infrastructure Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund, Mozambique Government, Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund, Futuregrowth Pooled Funds, Metropolitan Life, SCMB

    Business Synopsis:
    Trans African Concessions (Pty) Ltd (TRAC) is the holder of a 30-year concession to operate a toll road on the N4 between Witbank in South Africa and Maputo harbour in Mozambique. It covers a total distance of 584 km of which 491 km is in South Africa and 93 km in Mozambique. The road plays a crucial part in stimulating economic growth for both countries and is part of a greater developmental initiative for the region known as the Maputo Development Corridor Initiative.

    The N4 operates six toll plazas along its route and, since its construction, facilitates the stimulation of trade and investment across the region, providing access to global trade and markets through the port of Maputo.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    • South Africa Infrastructure Fund
    • Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Current


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  • umoya-energy

    Umoya Energy

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    Umoya Energy

    Sector:
    Renewable Energy Infrastructure - Wind

    Date of Investment:
    2008

    Investment Partners:
    IDEAS Managed Fund, African Infrastructure Investment Fund, Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund, Hopefield Wind Farm Local Community Company, Tomlo Commodities

    Business Synopsis:
    Umoya Energy was established in early 2008 for the development, ownership and operation of the Hopefield Wind Farm in the Western Cape.

    Completed in early 2014, Hopefield Wind Farm is located on 2 200 hectares of farmland with an installed capacity of 67 MW produced by 37 Vestas 1.8 MW wind turbine generators.

    Funds:
    • African Infrastructure Investment Fund
    • Kagiso Infrastructure Empowerment Fund
    • IDEAS Managed Fund
    Status:
    • Current


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