Blackfinch unveils infrastructure and property funds

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Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Blackfinch Group has launched two infrastructure and property funds, which seek to invest in the "next generation" of global growth themes, Investment Week can reveal.

The IFSL Blackfinch NextGen Infrastructure fund will invest in listed infrastructure companies that have strong sustainability credentials and are benefitting from the themes of digitalisation, energy transition and sustainable urbanisation. The fund sits in the Investment Association's Infrastructure sector, with an ongoing charges figure of 0.91%. Blackfinch Spring VCT launches £30m subscription offer Meanwhile, the IFSL Blackfinch NextGen Property Securities fund will invest in REITs and other listed property companies with strong ESG credentials. The fund will aim to invest ...

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