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Year Founded: 1986

AUM: $262.77B | Dry Powder: $793.31M
General Guisan-Quai 40, Postfach, 8022 Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss Life Asset Management is an asset management firm headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. The firm’s objective is to achieve stable, long-term investment returns for its own insurance companies as well as for third-party clients, such as pension funds, investment foundations, asset managers and private clients

Key Contacts

  • Tina Störmer
    Chief Executive Officer, Germany & Member of EC
  • Hermann Inglin
    Chief Financial Office & Member of EC
  • Robin Berkel
    Chief Operating Office & Member of EC

Investment Preferences

  • Preferred Industries
    Energy Services
  • Geographical Preference


  • Preferred Deal Types


  • Other Investment Preferences

Investments By Year

Source: Pitchbook

Funds Closed

Global Infra. Opportunities III
Vintage: 2020

Size: $917.0M

Dry Powder: $422.7M

Details: Invests in the transport, renewable energy and other infrastructure sectors in Europe & NAMER

Global Infra. Opportunities II
Vintage: 2018

Size: $1.4B

Dry Powder: $304.9M

Details: Invests in energy services and its infrastructure asset preferences are renewable energy

Global Infra. Opps I
Vintage: 2017

Size: N/A

Dry Powder: N/A

Details: Fund invests in infrastructure sector globally

Investments By Industry

Investments By Region

Source: Pitchbook

Key Investments

Swiss Life Asset Managers offers fixed income, real estate, equity, infrastructure, and multi-asset investment solutions to the customers in Europe. The firm employs more than 2,500 employees across Europe. They provide services and develop tailored investment strategies for their own insurance companies as well as for third-party clients, such as pension funds, investment foundations, asset managers and private clients

The newly launched “Fontavis ESG Renewable Infrastructure Fund II” invests in unlisted clean energy and infrastructure assets and companies. The fund’s objective is to build a globally diversified portfolio of direct infrastructure energy investments and is open to qualified investors wanting to invest in a segment with attractive growth prospects. The targeted amount is EUR750 million

Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Axium Infrastructure, Covalis Capital, Dalmore Capital, Fiera Infrastructure, JP Morgan Asset Management, Quercus Assets Sélection, Henderson Park Capital, John Hancock Life & Health Insurance Company, Semperian PPP Investment Partners,  White Summit Capital are some of the institutional investors who invest along with Swiss Life Asset Manager

Other Details

In September 2022, Swiss Life Asset Managers, on behalf of its investors, acquired a 20% stake in Borssele III & IV, a fully operational offshore wind park from Partners Group, located in the Netherlands. The Borssele III & IV wind farm has an installed capacity of 731.5MW and is generating c.2.3% of the Dutch electricity demand

In June 2022, Swiss Life Asset Management acquired a 50% stake in in BCP Battery. Through the acquisition, Swiss Life Asset Managers, on behalf of two infrastructure funds, acquired a 68MWh electrical battery project in Germany. The transaction is made alongside B Capital Partners, a Zurich-based asset manager

In January 2021, Swiss Life Asset Management acquired Cepsa, a portfolio of propane supply points in Spain. The portfolio consists of 5,429 liquefied petroleum gas and LPG piped propane supply points in Basque Country, Cantabria and Asturias regions of Spain

In June 2020, A consortium comprising Asterion Industrial Partners, EDF Invest and Swiss Life Asset Managers completed the acquisition of Energy Assets Group (“EAG”), from Alinda Capital Partners and Hermes Infrastructure. The acquisition of EAG represents a unique opportunity to invest in a high-quality core and critical energy infrastructure platform in the UK. The company generates revenues from stable, long-term contractual arrangements with credit-worthy counterparties. EAG works alongside major energy suppliers, and leading real estate developers and brands

In October 2019, Swiss Life Asset Managers acquired infrastructure and renewables fund manager Fontavis by investing €90 million into its fund as part of the deal. Swiss Life acquired all the shares in Fontavis from its founders – Thomas Schmid, Christoph Gisler and Beat Huber, for an undisclosed amount of equity

In April 2019, Swiss Life Asset Managers and the Bayerische Versorgungskammer acquired the retail trade and office building ZOOM in Berlin in cooperation with CORPUS SIREO. The landmark property ZOOM is situated directly at Berlin station Zoo, in the direct vicinity of Kurfürstendamm and opposite the Hotel Waldorf Astoria. The deal value was not disclosed

In December 2018, Swiss Life Asset Managers and Universal-Investment acquired the “Oskar” premium office complex in Munich. Swiss Life Asset Managers and Universal-Investment, in cooperation with CORPUS SIREO Real Estate, acquired the premium office scheme “Oskar” in Munich as a joint venture. Swiss Life Asset Managers invested on behalf of a fund of Swiss Life AG. The seller was the US real estate investor Hines. The purchase price remained undisclosed

In October 2018, Swiss Life Asset Managers acquired two properties, one in Helsinki in Finland and one in south of Paris, France. The property purchased in Helsinki is a six-storey new building that offers roughly 9,000 sq. mt. of office, restaurant and retail space and the France property is a commercial building comprising office space of around 4,350 sq. mt.. Financial terms were not disclosed

Source: Pitchbook, Company Website, PE Hub, Power & Energy Solutions, 4C Offshore, SparkSpread