Infrastructure Debt

We offer an Infrastructure Debt strategy that seeks to originate investment grade, senior secured notes in fully contracted brownfield entities with proven track records. We believe that core infrastructure debt is attractive given the underlying essential hard assets, stable projected cash flows, high barriers to entry, government support and generally low historical loss rates. Typical investments include pipelines, ports, bridges, roads, airports and power facilities, using a global strategy to optimize transaction flow.

Why Infrastructure Debt

  • Critical Assets: Provide funding for investments that support the economic and/or social well-being of a country or region
  • Diversification: Issuers and/or structures that generally are not available in the public markets
  • Downside Protection: Financial covenants and/or collateral—especially important in a deteriorating credit environment
  • Economics: Historical spread and incremental income opportunities
  • Asset/Liability Management: Call protection and flexible maturity profiles

As Your Investment Manager

  • Investing in private placements for 100+ years
  • Management team averages 20+ years investing; experienced in navigating through credit cycles
  • Experience performing comprehensive due diligence
  • Maximize deal flow through size/scale and deep, long-standing relationships with issuers, sponsors and lending agent banks
  • Utilizing our size and presence to negotiate exclusive transactions and tranches to seek enhanced return and structural protection
Assets Under Management:
$20.6 billion
Portfolio Managers:

Judy Gulotta, CFA, CPA
Frank Monfalcone
Jason Rothenberg, CFA
Available Vehicles:

Commingled Vehicles
Separately Managed Accounts

Investors should carefully consider their investment objectives, risks, fees, charges and expenses before investing any money. To obtain this and other information, please email icg@metlife.com to request more information. Please review the Terms of Use of this site for additional details.