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Crossroads: Tiger CEO illuminates Growth Infrastructure investing for Infralogic

In a world where so many investors take a traditional ”buy and flip” strategy, New York-based Tiger Infrastructure Partners stands out for its long-term, growth infrastructure strategy.

Since founding the company in 2010, the firm’s CEO Emil W. Henry Jr. has led the business to acquire a variety of middle market infrastructure assets across the Americas and Europe, from broadband to data centers, batteries to EV charging stations, renewable energy companies to carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects.

Henry tells Infralogic‘s Crossroads: The Infrastructure Podcast that “growth infrastructure investing” has always been central to what Tiger does, and how he sees great potential and exciting opportunity in continuing to invest in the firm’s target sectors: transportation, digital infrastructure, and energy transition.

Most recently, the company sold a majority stake in its FBO business Modern Aviation to Apollo Global Management and increased its controlling investment in British rural fiber and wireless network provider Voneus, injecting another GBP 25m (USD 31m) into the company alongside its partners and lenders.

Tiger still has plenty to do though, as it develops its USD 5bn Summit Carbon Solutions Midwest pipeline project and continues to support the growth of its portfolio companies, like managed infrastructure solutions provider 11:11 Systems, but it intends to remain a pioneer infrastructure investor going forward, Henry Jr. says.

He also provides his insightful perspectives on future technologies, AI, the political headwinds blowing into this year’s US elections, and what he says is “the most complex macro picture I’ve ever seen in my professional life.”

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