Israel Infrastructure Partners Launches Debut Fund With a $350 Million Goal
The Tel Aviv-based firm focuses on the infrastructure sector, with the aim of facilitating foreign investments in Israel
Tel Aviv-based private equity firm Israel Infrastructure Partners (IIP) has announced a debut fund, targeting $350 million in commitments. The fund, which aims to facilitate foreign investments in Israel, focuses on the local infrastructure sector, with interest in domains including defense, communications, energy, power and renewables, transportation, utilities, and water.
IIP’s co-founder and managing partner is O.D. Kobo, previously linked to the botched initial public offering of Israeli tech firm Shellanoo Group.