• 2nd Private Infrastructure Forum – Sydney

    LTIIA, Pottinger and S&P will host a second Australian Private Infrastructure Forum, building on the success of a similar event held Sydney in 2017. The event is designed to provide a practical, interactive forum to identify new ways to unlock project progress with major infrastructure initiatives.

  • EDHECinfra Days 2019 – London

    On 7 June 2019, EDHECinfra will unveil its global index platform for unlisted Infrastructure equity and private debt.

  • Carbone 4 & LTIIA Webinar: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

    As part of its ESG awareness and guidance workstream, LTIIA would like to invite you to participate in the Webinar it is organizing on Tuesday, 11th June 2019, with Carbone 4 on the theme "Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities for Infrastructure Investors".

  • 8th Annual World Pensions Forum – Brussels

    Join a host of pension & sovereign funds, central banks, government agencies and insurers from across Europe, Asia and the Americas to discuss the latest advances in asset allocation, pension design and management strategies — including ESG, real assets, longevity risk transfer & reinsurance.

  • LTIC Steering Committee & 7th D20 Conference 2019 – Tokyo

    LTIC members will gather for their annual LTIC Steering Committee and 7th D20 Conference 2019 on 26 April 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.
    On behalf of LTIIA and to convey the views of Institutional and private investors, Thierry  Deau and Francois Bergère will take part in the Panel Discussion "The role of private  investors in promoting sustainable long-term infrastructure development and investment".

  • Global Infrastructure Investors Summit (GIIS) 2019 – London

    This year's summit will be held at the Conrad London St James on 3 June 2019 and will provide an informative day exploring opportunities in emerging markets, competition and attractiveness of different renewable markets, LP appetite for European private debt opportunities and investors readiness to invest in higher risk projects.

  • Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2019 – Frankfurt

    The Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2019 takes place on 26th and 27th June 2019 in Frankfurt.
    The event will bring together more global decision makers in infrastructure than ever, including investors, fund managers, lenders and developers.

  • 12èmes Rencontres Internationales des PPP

    Le Club des PPP organise les 27 et 28 mars prochains les 12èmes Rencontres Internationales des PPP qui se tiendront au Pavillon Dauphine à Paris. 

  • New EDHECinfra study shows that ‘peak infra’ may be behind us

    New EDHECinfra research documents the factors that explain the evolution unlisted infrastructure prices over past 15 years.

  • G20 Leader’s summit Buenos Aires communique mentions update on Infrastructure Data Initiative

    G20 Leaders endorsed the Roadmap to Infrastructure as an Asset Class

Founded in 2014 by investors and for investors, Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA) is a not-for-profit international professional association; most of our members are institutional investors and fund managers with responsibilities over long-term and open-ended infrastructure investment mandates. Our action circle includes leading global and regional discussion fora, information powerhouses and service providers to the infrastructure marketplace.

LTIIA works with a wide range of stakeholders, including infrastructure investors, policy-makers and academia, on supporting long-term, responsible deployment of private capital to public infrastructure around the world. Its 50-odd members, hailing from various jurisdictions, collectively manage close to US$ 12 t of assets, out of which over $ 350b of infrastructure assets.

Our Vision:  is to facilitate and promote private investment in infrastructure which enables long-term, sustainable development of communities, countries and regions.

Mission statementLTIIA is to work proactively with public and private stakeholders around the world to support the flow of private capital to the right infrastructure by bringing transparency & cohesion through standardization, benchmarking and education.

Our activities cover:

  • Providing policy-makers an infrastructure investment industry entry point  by contributing actively to market consultations at national and/or regional levels and ensuring industry representation in relevant fora (G20/B20, MDBs meetings/workshops, etc.)
  • investment in research & analysis of infrastructure investment related topics (direct or indirect access to the asset class, risk management tools, sector and financial regulations changes, trends of the sector) for the benefit of infrastructure investors;
  • sharing and promoting best practices within the long-term infrastructure investment community, in particular through better integration of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects.

Board

THIERRY DÉAU

Founder and Chief Executive Officer Meridiam / Chairman of LTIIA Board

Recep Kendircioglu

Head of Power and Infrastructure Group at John Hancock Life Insurance Company

BERND KREUTER

Founder and Managing Partner Palladio Partners

SHIGEFUMI KUROKI

Head of Global Infrastructure Investments, Development Bank of Japan

Petya Nikolova

Head of Infrastructure Investments, New York City Comptroller’s Office

PAUL SHANTIC

Director - Inflation Sensitive at CalSTRS

Tom Sumpster

Head of Infrastructure Finance at Legal & General Investment Management

HELMUT VON GLASENAPP

Vice President, KfW Bankengruppe

DEBORAH ZURKOW

Global Head of Alternatives Allianz Global Investors

FRANCOIS BERGERE

Executive Director

François BERGERE, joined the Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association as Executive Director in September 2018. He has a long and diversified professional experience in the fields of public management, project and infrastructure finance, having worked as a senior auditor at the French supreme audit institution, a manager of multinational Equity Investment funds in infrastructure; and in the French ministry of Finance to set-up and manage the PPP task force, before joining the World Bank from 2014 as Program Manager for PPIAF (Public-Private Investment Advisory facility) , a trust-fund aimed at creating an investment-enabling environment for private sector participation in infrastructure. He is a graduate of HEC Paris business school and Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA) in France and of the Executive program in Business Administration in Columbia Business School (NY-USA) .

Members

Action circle