What We Do

Natural Resources Equity Strategies

Seeking out solutions providers to the global scarcity of clean and safe water, clean energy and food over the next number of decades.

KBI Global Sustainable Infrastructure Strategy

KBI Global Sustainable Infrastructure Strategy

The KBIGI Sustainable Infrastructure strategy is a long-only global equity strategy investing in companies providing sustainable infrastructure. The portfolio is targeted to deliver lower-than-equity-market volatility and a dividend yield of 3.5% to 4.5%. Globally, trillions of dollars of sustainable infrastructure investment is required for the provision of clean, safe and high-quality water, energy and food to the population over the coming years.

The cornerstone of the strategy is the sustainable nature of the infrastructure investments. The portfolio delivers material and diverse exposure to water and clean energy infrastructure, food storage and transporation and farmland. This infrastructure is recognised by many commentators as requiring very high levels of investment over many years to ensure the provision of our most critical resources to the global population. Our investment team has been managing specialised sustainable infrastructure investments in water and clean energy since as far back as 2001 and food since 2008.

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KBI Global Resource Solutions Strategy

KBI Global Resource Solutions Strategy

The KBIGI Global Resource Solutions Strategy (GRS) is a long-only global equity portfolio investing in securities across a broad range of companies providing value-added solutions to the increasingly challenging provision of vital natural resources. The opportunities are dominated by increasing investment in infrastructure and technological advancement across water, agribusiness and clean energy.

GRS brings new sources of alpha to a global equity allocation. Specialist active management is the best way to capture this alpha, carefully qualifying a universe of stocks and then identifying companies with strong fundamentals, leading products, and attractive valuations. If you would like to find out further information please click on the “Request Info ” button below to contact a member of our team.

KBI Energy Solutions Strategy

KBI Energy Solutions Strategy

The KBI Energy Solutions Strategy is a long-only, high conviction global equity portfolio investing in 30-60 global companies providing low carbon solutions to the world’s accelerating demand for energy. The strategy can invest across the full range of renewable sources including wind, solar, biomass and hydro as well as investing in technologies that facilitate the integration of renewable clean energy into the grid and/or use energy more efficiently.

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KBI Water Strategy

KBI Water Strategy

The KBIGI Water Strategy is a long-only, high-conviction global equity portfolio investing in 30-60 global companies providing solutions to water scarcity. The strategy has been investing in companies across all parts of the water cycle including Water and Wastewater Utilities, Water infrastructure and Water Technology since 2000.

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We hope all our clients, service providers, suppliers, colleagues and their families remain safe and well at this time of uncertainty surrounding the Covid19 pandemic. On Friday March 27th the Irish government announced further restrictions on work and movement aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. In light of this we want to reassure our clients that we continue to operate our business seamlessly at this time through remote access and are available at all times should we be needed. We remain steadfast in our commitment to the careful, coherent and confident stewardship of our clients assets. This remains the case after these latest announcements from the Irish government and the temporary closure of the office to staff.