Meet our investors – Aberdeen Standard Investments
Standard Life Aberdeen plc is a leading global investment company employing 6,000 people, with offices in 54 locations worldwide. Headquartered in Scotland, it has around 1.1m shareholders and is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
- Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) is the brand of the combined investment businesses of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments, following their merger on 14 August 2017.
- ASI is one of the largest investment houses globally, with combined assets under management of over $720 billion as at 31 Dec 2019.
- Aberdeen Standard Investments offers a comprehensive range of developed and emerging market equities and fixed income, multi-asset, real estate and private markets solutions
Within the infrastructure space:
Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) manages $15 billion of investor capital in infrastructure-related strategies with over $4 billion currently deployed in concessions across Europe, Australia, Americas and the Middle East, North Africa. ASI has a strong track record of investing in 120 social infrastructure projects over the past 20 years across social infrastructure, transportation, telecoms, waste & water treatment, and stadia. The Concession Infrastructure team consists of 34 highly experienced investment professionals in London, Edinburgh, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid, Sydney, Bogota, and Bahrain.
Onivia is one of these development projects, Gershon Cohen, Global Head of Infrastructure at Aberdeen Standard Investments, said: “We are delighted to support this significant investment opportunity in the Spanish fibre network. By investing in critical fibre projects, we aim to improve business and people connectivity which should have a positive impact on the economy. It also allows us to expand our commitment to seek long term stable returns for our investors. We see significant opportunities working with our industrial and financial partners for deploying institutional capital in essential social infrastructure having made over 120 infrastructure investments globally.”