Employees of The Carlyle Group’s infrastructure fund have invested $67.1 million in the fund, a regulatory filing shows.
The private equity firm said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that Carlyle Infrastructure Coinvestment, a limited partnership affiliated with the infrastructure fund, Carlyle Infrastructure Partners, has that amount in commitments.
The filing, dated 8 March, reflects how much money Carlyle Infrastructure Partners' employees have invested in the fund, according to a spokesperson. No new money has been raised.
A year ago, Carlyle disclosed in a similar regulatory filing that its employees had, at that point, $61.3 million committed to the co-investment vehicle.
Carlyle Infrastructure Partners closed on $1.1 billion in November 2007. Since then, the fund has agreed six transactions, its latest being the purchase of a $116.5 million stake in Qube Logistics, an Australian logistics business.
The fund is headed by Washington DC-based Robert Dove and New York-based Barry Gold.