ConnectEast is a single-purpose entity dedicated to the successful delivery of the EastLink tollway. It is responsible for the financing, design, construction, maintenance and operation of the landmark project.
Horizon Roads and CP2
Horizon Roads is the investment vehicle that was established by CP2 to acquire the ConnectEast Group through a scheme of arrangement. Following the approval of ConnectEast unit holders and other necessary approvals including from the State of Victoria and the Foreign Investment Review Board, the acquisition was completed on 26 October 2011.
CP2 is an Australian-owned and headquartered infrastructure fund manager that was established in 1997. It has approximately A$3.5 billion in funds under management for a global client base of pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and other institutions. CP2 has an extensive history of investing in high quality toll roads and other core infrastructure sectors.
The Horizon Roads investor group comprises: Universities Superannuation Scheme (UK), APG Infrastructure Pool 2011 (The Netherlands), National Pension Service (Korea), Leader Investment Corporation (China), ATP (Denmark), New Zealand Superannuation Fund, Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America, Mirae Asset / Korean Teachers Credit Union and CP2 Limited and related entities. CP2 acts as investment manager to each investor.
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