Actis Recognised by Korean Investors in Energy Infrastructure Space

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Actis has been recognised by Korea’s institutional investor community for its work in the infrastructure sector, following a survey by global business news provider, The Korea Economic Daily Global Edition.20 Korean institutional investors, including investors such as National Pension Service and Korea Investment Corp, were surveyed at the end of last year across five asset classes. Respondents were asked to nominate the best GPs across a number of categories including communication, performance and client service. According to the survey, Actis was commended for keeping LPs updated on their portfolio and risk in the most effective and transparent manner.


Neil Brown, Head of the Investor Development Group at Actis commented “We are delighted to have been recognised by Korea’s institutional investor community in The Korea Economic Daily survey. Transparent and timely communication underpins our investor engagement and we look forward to developing and nurturing our investor relationships in Korea and across all our markets.” Actis’ energy infrastructure business has c.US$5bn invested across 13 leading energy infrastructure platforms and assets. It’s portfolio consists of 80 separate projects producing or constructing 12 GW across Africa, Asia and Latin America serving 117 million people.

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