IG4 Capital expanded its structure and is raising a third investment fund, with a goal of reaching USD500m.
(Valor Econômico) The private equity manager IG4 Capital, which is on its way to becoming one of the
main infrastructure operators in Latin America, is expanding its structure and raising a
third investment fund, with a goal of reaching US$ 500 million.
“We have completed US$1.1 billion in invested resources. We have just finished the last
investment in fund II. Now we are going to fund III”, says Paulo Mattos, a partner at IG4.
The group already has important infrastructure assets in Brazil, such as IguáSaneamento and Corredor Logística e Infraestrutura (CLI). In addition, it is negotiating with Andrade Gutierrez to acquire a stake in CCR’s controlling block, in a deal that could reach R$ 5 billion. Last week, the manager also officially took over from Peruvian Aenza(formerly Graña y Montero), which should be an expansion platform in the region. “IG4is positioning itself as a house that operates throughout Latin America,” he says. Read more