Showcasing the world's largest infrastructure investors

Who are the biggest infrastructure investors in 2017?

Welcome to Infrastructure Investor 50, the eighth edition of our ranking of the world’s largest infrastructure investors. This year it shows that managers are sitting on more money than ever.

Similar to last year’s II 50, you will find that a significant portion – $122 billion, or 38 percent of the amount raised – is concentrated in the hands of the top five managers.

What hasn’t changed is that Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets still reigns supreme with $36.5 billion raised, holding its position – which it has maintained since inception – at the top of the II 50 with Brookfield still within touching distance.

As always, there are some notable changes this year, with two new entrants from Asia: Ping An Asset Management and China Communication Construction Company. Also, a definite sign of the times, is the presence of the Green Investment Group and Mirova – two outfits with strong clean energy credentials. Find out more about who ranked where in our II 50 ranking…

Our methodology:

Our ranking looks at one simple metric: capital raised over the last five year period for direct infrastructure investment.

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All PEI Rankings