Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners pulled in $5.5 billion for its North Haven Infrastructure Partners III SCSp fund, Bloomberg Markets reported.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Chief Investment Officer Markus Hottenrott said the fund surpassed its $4 billion original target and its initial $5.25 billion hard cap. The fund will invest in diverse geographies, deploying about 50% of its capital in the Americas, 40% in Europe and approximately 10% in the Asia-Pacific region, with some flexibility, the executive said.
The vehicle is the third infrastructure fund for the Morgan Stanley unit. It attracted capital commitments from the New York State Common Retirement Fund, Teacher Retirement System of Texas and Taiwan Life Insurance Co. Ltd., among other investors, the news outlet noted, citing its own data compilation.