Infralinx is a boutique infrastructure firm of experienced partners and affiliated companies including U.S. based, Infralinx Capital Partners (IFCP), with specialist capabilities in developing, financing and investment globally across the transaction cycle and capital structure.
We support our public and private partners with an experienced, multidisciplinary team of professionals located in Continental Europe, the UK, North America, the Caribbean and South Asia. Affiliated offices are located in Australia, the Middle East, Nepal, Bermuda, Jamaica and Mexico. Team members have implemented infrastructure developments using PPP, BOT, PFI, DBF, DBFMO and project finance structures throughout the world for over 30 years and have been involved in more than $230 billion of projects across all sectors.
Our U.S. company also has an active market entry division which helps U.S. and international companies advancing into global markets with products and services. Our partners have been C Level managers of global businesses including Fortune 200 companies.
While specializing in infrastructure, Infralinx is able to operate locally in sourcing and managing critical projects, providing the necessary global reach for capital raising, deploying operating resources as required, and forging partnerships and alliances with world class industry players. Our clients include project developers, investment funds, public authorities and construction contractors and engineers in the power, renewable energy, oil and gas, transportation, hotels and resorts, communications, water and waste, social infrastructure including cyber security, resiliency and sustainable development sectors.
Richard Ornitz, on the UNECE PPP Business Advisory Board, particiapted on the panel discussion: "Key Issues of the UNECE's Knowledge Hub on Statistics for Sustainable Development Goals."
Conscious of the need to accelerate the development of a necessary high-quality project pipeline as well as a new type of more inclusive projects where all stakeholders – civil society, governments themselves and the private sector – have a key role to play in projects and by definition in the operations of the Hub itself, the challenge is to develop the Hub in a way in which it can be inclusive where each participant’s contribution is welcomed as part of a level playing field, and there is no conflict of interest, ensuring transparency, effectiveness and good governance.