Vincent Levita’s infrastructure investment firm doubles in size in less than two years.
InfraVia doubles in volume. The infrastructure investment company founded by Vincent Levita has just raised 2 billion euros, double the amount granted in 2016, and has passed the 4 billion euros mark in assets under management. This fundraising was carried out in the space of six months with 85 French and international investors from Asia, North America and the Middle East.
European funds are particularly attractive to investors. According to the Preqin cabinet, last year they raised a peak of capital in ten years on this category of assets, to 27.3 billion euros, and are on the way to beating their record this year (25.2 billion euros were raised, excluding InFravia).
From Venice airport to data centers
Passed by AXA before launching his own structure, Vincent Levita defends an active strategy. “Investing in infrastructure today,. We avoid fully mature assets and aim for those withgood potential for growth and transformation ”, indicates the manager of participations in Venice airport, smart meters (ocea Smart Building) or even data centers (in Switzerland, acquired from Altice, as well as in Luxembourg and the United Kingdom).
InfraVia, like its French competitor Antin, is thus increasingly focusing on assets bordering on traditional private equity. And said today identify “Real development potential in the sectors of urban mobility, renewable energies, health and digital infrastructure affected by new technological and social trends”.