HICL Infrastructure Company

HICL Infrastructure Company
InfraRed Capital Partners Ltd
Closed Ended Investment Company
Sector Specialist: Infrastructure
1.06 %
3 Year Sharpe
5.2 %
Not Benchmarked
Fund Size
£ 3.03 billion
Discount Premium
The Company seeks to provide investors with long-term distributions, at levels that are sustainable, and to preserve the capital value of its investment portfolio over the long term with potential for capital growth from a diversified portfolio of infrastructure investments positioned at the lower end of the risk spectrum. The strategy of Company is to maintain a disciplined and proactive approach to investment and asset management, while executing its three-pillar business model of preserving and enhancing the value of the existing portfolio and making accretive new investments.
InfraRed Capital Partners Ltd
SW1Y 4QU, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Harry Seekings
Joined 05/24/2017

Harry joined InfraRed in 1998 and is one of InfraRed’s partners. Harry has the day-to-day responsibility for leading the InfraRed team in relation to HICL. Harry returned to London in July 2015, almost seven years after relocating to New York to head the team responsible for originating new infrastructure investments in North America. While in New York, Harry led InfraRed’s business development activities in North America and InfraRed’s participation in public-private partnerships procurements in Canada and the USA. He originated investment opportunities and led the team that won a number of social infrastructure and transportation investments in the USA and Canada. On joining in 1998, Harry was initially a member of the project finance advisory team and then transferred to HSBC's structured capital markets team for a period of two years, with responsibility for originating and structuring financings for public-private partnerships, returning to InfraRed in 2004. Harry has over 15 years’ experience working on infrastructure financings from advisory, debt and equity perspectives. Harry holds a BA in Modern History from the University of Oxford and a Masters in Philosophy in European Studies from the University of Cambridge.

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