Investment solutions

Our investment solutions give institutional and qualified investors access to unlisted infrastructure investments in Switzerland and Europe. Besides first-class fund solutions and other collective investments, we develop and manage tailor-made infrastructure mandates for qualified investors.

Our solutions

InRoll AG

Invest in a broadly diversified freight car portfolio with a balanced mix of different tenants, lease terms and car locations.

  • Country: Switzerland
  • Vintage: 2012
  • Status: Closed and invested

Reichmuth Infrastruktur Schweiz KmGK

Invest in unlisted companies and projects in Switzerland – transport, energy and utility infrastructure.

  • Country: Switzerland
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Status: Closed and invested
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Reichmuth Infrastruktur II KmGK

Invest in unlisted companies and projects in Switzerland and Europe – transport, energy and utility infrastructure.

  • Country: Switzerland and Europe
  • Vintage: 2019
  • Status: Partially invested and final closing in spring 2021
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Mandate solution

We offer mandate solutions for private infrastructure investments tailored to our institutional and qualified investors’ investment objectives.

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