John Laing Environmental Assets Ordinary Shares

Name
John Laing Environmental Assets Ordinary Shares
Manager
John Laing Capital Management
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00BJL5FH87
Sector
Sector Specialist: Infrastructure - Renewable Energy
Launched
31/03/2014
OCF
1.34 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.26
Yield
6.3 %
Fund Size
£ 574.06 million
NAV
103
Gearing
99
Discount Premium
14
JLEN plans to invest in further environmental infrastructure projects with well-established technologies and demonstrable operational performance located in the UK and OECD countries with stable and well-proven regulatory and legal frameworks.
Name
John Laing Capital Management
Address
WC2B 6AN, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Chris Holmes
Joined 01/01/2018

Chris Holmes is formerly of Green Investment Group (part of Macquarie Group), where he was Managing Director of Waste and Bioenergy. His background is in project finance banking where he spent 12 years at Dutch bank NIBC heading the UK lending and advisory activities into infrastructure and renewable transactions. He also managed the bank’s initiative to bring institutional investors into infrastructure projects via structured capital market solutions. Prior to NIBC, Chris spent a number of years in project finance advisory at firms including Grant Thornton. Chris is a member of the board of directors of the International Project Finance Association and chair of their UK Council.

Chris Tanner
Joined 03/31/2014

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