PBPL currently has four shareholders:
IFM Investors is one of the largest global infrastructure investment managers. Headquartered in Melbourne, with offices in London and New York, IFM Investors specialises in investing and managing private investment products across infrastructure, private equity, debt investments and listed equity portfolios.
IFM Investors was a pioneer investor in the Australian infrastructure market, and has been an investor in global infrastructure assets since 1995. IFM Investors invests on behalf of institutional investors and is owned by Industry Super Holdings Pty Ltd, the holding company for the Members Equity group of companies, which in turn is owned by a large number of Australian superannuation funds.
For more information about IFM Investors, please visit www.ifminvestors.com.
QIC Limited is one of Australia’s largest institutional fund managers with over A$55 billion of funds under management and around 450 staff serving over 70 clients. Owned by the Queensland Government, QIC Limited operates as an independent and fully commercial entity under the Queensland Investment Corporation Act 1991 (QLD).
QIC Global Infrastructure, on behalf of its clients, is a long-term holder of infrastructure assets matching long-term superannuation liabilities. QIC’s investment portfolio currently comprises 14 unlisted infrastructure assets, including investments in Brisbane Airport, the Westlink M7 toll road in Sydney, and Grup Maritim TCB, a global ports developer and operator.
For more information about QIC Limited, please visit www.qic.com
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec manages institutional funds, primarily from public and private pension and insurance funds in Québec. With a growth perspective in mind, it invests the money of these depositors in financial markets in Québec, elsewhere in Canada, and around the world.
Through its size and activities, the Caisse is a global investor and one of the largest institutional fund managers in Canada and North America as a whole.
For more information about CDPQ, please visit http://www.lacaisse.com/en
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Established in 1976, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) is a globally diversified investment institution that is wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi. ADIA manages a substantial global investment portfolio, which is highly diversified across more than two-dozen asset classes and sub-categories, including quoted equities, fixed income, real estate, private equity, alternatives and infrastructure.
ADIA's Infrastructure Group was created in 2007, with a core strategy to acquire minority equity stakes alongside proven partners in assets with market-leading positions and relatively stable cash flows, such as utilities and transport infrastructure companies. In keeping with ADIA's overall approach, the Infrastructure Group is a minority financial investor and does not control or operate the assets in which it invests.
For more information about ADIA, please visit www.adia.ae