Antin Infrastructure Partners V

Learn more about Antin Infrastructure Partners V’s strategy through a discussion with our expert in Private Infrastructure.


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Maxime Jouret - Head of Real Estate Products - BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Maxime Jouret

Global Head of Private Infrastructure
BNP Paribas Wealth Management



Maxime Jouret is the Global Head of Private Infrastructure at BNP Paribas Wealth Management, responsible for the infrastructure investment funds activity globally, including selection of master funds, feeder funds structuration, distribution and monitoring. Mr Jouret joined BNP Paribas Wealth Management in 2014 in Paris to develop the private real estate and later the infrastructure practices. Since joining, he has been instrumental in the strong increase of the real estate and infrastructure assets managed by Wealth Management on behalf of its clients. Mr Jouret is a senior member of the Private Markets team within Wealth Management. Prior to his current functions, Mr Jouret held various positions at BNP Paribas both in Paris and in London. He began his career at Bain&Company as a consultant in the financial sector. Mr Jouret holds a MBA from the ESSEC business school.



Private Infrastructure: a growing asset class


Private Infrastructure investment funds seek to invest in assets essential to the community, with high barriers to entry and which offer robust downside protection. Those assets are generally mature and provide stable and predictable cash flows, benefiting from long-term contracts and an inflation indexation system.

Antin Infrastructure Partners’ sectors of focus


Energy & Environment





Social Infrastructure

Social Infrastructure

Why invest in Private Infrastructure today?

During the past years, we have seen outstanding demand for infrastructure projects, as they are linked to some megatrends such as energy transition, sustainability and digital infrastructure.

The current conflict between Russia and Ukraine, as well as the warm temperatures experienced this summer, also further outlined the need to change and reinvent our energy and water both production and consumption.

As governments or public sector do not have the capacity to finance the incoming infrastructure projects, this creates amazing opportunities for private capital investments.

Between 2022 and 2040 the world will:

Global Infrastructure Hub

Source: Global Infrastructure Hub


Antin Infrastructure Partners: a highly-recognized asset manager with top-tier expertise in Private Infrastructure investments

Antin Infrastructure Partners, or “Antin” is a leading independent private equity firm focused on infrastructure investments

Antin manages six funds that invest in private infrastructure in Europe and North America, and target investments with the objective of generating attractive risk-adjusted returns for investors through a combination of capital appreciation and cash yield. Antin has raised 20.7 billion Euro of capital, and invested in 32 transactions, out of which 15 have already been realized, with very good results. Indeed, in terms of performances, Antin Infrastructure Partners has shown fourteen years of consistency in delivering value, with a global realized performance of 23% of gross IRR and 2.7x of gross MOIC.

Note: Past performances are not a reliable indicator of future performance. BNP Paribas is not giving any warranties, guarantee or representation as to the expected or projected success, profitability, return, performance, result, effect, consequence or benefit (either legal, regulatory, tax, financial accounting or otherwise) of any investment in this product.

Source: Antin Infrastructure Partners, All information is as of December 31, 2021 ; across all six funds raised to date as well as co-investment capital raised.


Your investment opportunity: Antin Infrastructure Partners V


Attractive Opportunity

•Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performances. No guarantee is given on the success, profitability, return or benefit of this investment. – Realised performance as at 31 December 2021, across 15 exits to date from the 4 flagship funds (pro-forma for Roadchef which closed in March 2022)


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Antin Infrastructure Partners V-C SCSp is a Luxembourg “Société en Commandite Spéciale” (a special limited partnership). Its General Partner is Antin Infrastructure Partners V Luxembourg GP S.à.r.l., a Luxembourg “Société à responsabilité limitée” (a private limited liability company). It is managed by Antin Infrastructure Partners SAS, a  French “Société par Actions Simplifiée” (a simplified joint-stock company) authorized by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager.

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