Pantheon Infrastructure beats IPO fundraise target

Exceeded the £300m IPO target

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Pantheon Infrastructure beats IPO fundraise target

Pantheon Infrastructure beats IPO fundraise target

Pantheon Infrastructure PLC (PINT) has raised £400m through its IPO, exceeding the target issue size and the maximum issue size.

The company said the proceeds will be used to invest in a portfolio of yielding and growth infrastructure assets in developed markets, with a specific focus on Europe and North America. Foresight launches £200m sustainable forestry IPO Companies invested in will typically operate in infrastructure assets and benefit from secular growth trends, spanning digital infrastructure, renewables, power and utilities, and transport and logistics. Richard Sem, partner at Pantheon Ventures, said: "Private capital has an important role in adapting and creating the infrastructure that we require...

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