TIME:UK Infrastructure Income provides investors with diversification away from traditional equities markets, to a lower volatility infrastructure fund with attractive risk-adjusted returns.
The Fund seeks to deliver an annual income, with capital growth through a diversified, yet balanced portfolio of shares of UK-listed real asset owning companies.
TIME:UK Infrastructure Income offers dealing in its shares on a daily basis with distributions paid on a quarterly basis. The payment dates for the distributions will be the end of January, April, July and October.
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The infrastructure sector is highly diverse and has low correlation to traditional asset
classes. Underlying exposure through 25 – 30 securities to over 3,000 individual assets in over 30 sub-sectors.
Attractive income levels
We target sustainable and regular dividends, distributed quarterly to shareholders. Consistent income is often supported by long term contracted revenues from high quality counterparties
Focus on securities with defensive characteristics, such as high quality counterparties and provision of essential services, to enhance risk-adjusted returns over the long term.
Infrastructure assets often have income streams directly linked to inflation, helping to protect income returns in real terms.
Investment process is designed to pick securities that are capable of mitigating capital losses during times of market stress.
Over 80% of the securities will be GBP denominated and domiciled in the UK. Any non-UK exposure is expected to increase diversification and exposure to attractive sectors.
Where we invest
Infrastructure – Companies that own the physical assets that are vital to the UK’s economic development. They include toll roads, utility networks, logistic networks and railways.
Renewable Energy – Companies which harness energy from renewable sources such as the sun, wind, water and convert it through proven technologies into energy, helping to reduce carbon emissions.
Secured Lending Companies – Companies which specialise in providing debt finance, secured against real assets such as renewable energy and infrastructure investments.
Social Infrastructure Companies – Companies which own the real estate and infrastructure that social services operate from. Sectors that sit within social infrastructure include housing, healthcare and educational
Logistics – Modern, large-scale distribution warehouses that play an integral role in supporting many industries and underpinning economic output.
Digital Infrastructure – Companies that own the data centres, wireless tower or fibre networks that store or transmit the data that is becoming ever more deeply ingrained in our every day lives.
The investment case
Investment in bridges, roads, rail networks, hospitals, and the growing need for more sustainable, renewable energy sources such as solar and wind farms, means these sectors are the cornerstone of the UK’s economic and social welfare. This makes for an attractive investment opportunity. The assets are long term investments, with high barriers to entry, and underlying revenues are often underpinned by long term government-backed subsidies or other long term contracted payments.
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