HICL Infrastructure Company
HICL Infrastructure Company (LSE: HICL) (formerly HSBC Infrastructure Company Ltd) is a large British investment company dedicated to infrastructure investments. The company is focused on three segments: public–private partnership (PPP) and private finance initiative (PFI) (social and transport projects), regulated assets (gas and electricity transmission and distribution, and water utilities) and demand-based assets (such as toll road concessions and student accommodation). Portfolio Investments are located primarily in the United Kingdom, but also in Australia, North America and Europe and investments are generally operational.
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