Borealis Infrastructure is the infrastructure investment arm of Canadian pension plan OMERS. Borealis targets 'large-scale' infrastructure investments valued in excess of $1 billion where the firm can commit at least $200 million of equity capital. Prospective opportunities generally possess significant governmental or regulatory barriers to entry, as well as stable cash-flows linked to long-term contracts. Specific areas of interest include energy (generation, transmission and distribution networks), transportation (transportation gateways, rail corridors, ports and airports), institutional facilities (hospitals, long-term care facilities and schools), and government-regulated services (laboratory diagnostic services, satellite and other communications networks and land registry services). Borealis was formed in 1990 and is based in Toronto with an additional office in London.
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In the last 3 years, Borealis Infrastructure Management has acquired 1 company. It has also invested in 1 other.
Borealis Infrastructure Management’s most common sectors for investment are energy services and equipment (37%) and infrastructure (19%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (78%) and secondary buyout (14%). In total, Borealis Infrastructure Management has invested in 2 US states and 7 different countries. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2014 when it acquired Caruna for $2.9B.
The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (50%).
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