Anglian Water Group Limited (AWG) is the ultimate parent company of a group of companies set up to acquire AWG Plc by a consortium in 2006 (the Osprey Consortium).
The Osprey Consortium comprises pension fund and long-term infrastructure investors and fund managers. These investors are committed and responsible owners who have strong reputational and ethical standards. The investors have affirmed their support for the management and strategy of the group and have each nominated experienced non-executive directors to AWG’s board.
Overview of the Osprey Consortium
Colonial First State Global Asset Management is the consolidated asset management division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia group.
The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Investment Board is managed independently of the Canada Pensions Plan by experienced Investment professionals to help sustain the future pension of 18 million Canadians. Its role is to Invest C$183.3 billion CPP Fund to maximize return without undue risk of loss.
IFM Investors is a global asset manager owned by 30 Australian pension funds, specialising in infrastructure, private equity, debt investment and listed equity.
Camulodunum Investments Limited is a joint investment vehicle for Dalmore Capital and GLIL Infrastructure with a 15% total ownership:
Dalmore Capital (“Dalmore”) is an independent fund manager, founded in 2009 by three partners. Dalmore has a focus on lower volatility infrastructure assets, particularly in the UK, and sources capital from UK and overseas institutional investors. Dalmore has interests in over 90 infrastructure assets and has assets under management of over £3.4bn.
GLIL Infrastructure LLP is a fund focused on infrastructure investments with committed capital of £1.3 billion at the point of investing in Anglian Water Group. The fund was founded by five local government pension schemes: Greater Manchester Pension Fund, Lancashire County Pension Fund, London Pension Fund Authority, Merseyside Pension Fund, and West Yorkshire Pension Fund.
Infinity Investments S.A. belongs to a group of entities ultimately wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and focuses on infrastructure investments in Europe.