Islamic Development Bank Infrastructure Fund II

Any donor
International Finance Institutions
Geographical focus: 
East Asia and the Pacific
South Asia
Thematic focus: 
Tourism in general
Education in Tourism
Energy in Tourism
Infrastructure in Tourism
Sustainability of natural resources in Tourism
Intro text: 
Established in 2014, the USD 2 Billion IDB Infrastructure Fund II provides an efficient investment vehicle for global and regional investors to capitalize on the infrastructure investment opportunities across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. It is the largest private equity infrastructure fund dedicated to the 57 member countries of the IDB.  Administered by: the Islamic Development Bank; Public Pension Agency, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Public Investment Fund, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Kingdom of Bahrain; Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam.

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Geographic focus

Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Who can apply?

The Fund may invest in projects in any member country of the Islamic Development Bank.

Objectives and activities

Objectives: The Fund's primary objective is to make private equity investments in infrastructure-related projects in the IDB member countries.

Activities: the Fund may invest in the following sectors: power; energy-related services; telecommunication systems and services; transportation; waste; water; sanitation and environmental services; natural resource development (including upstream, mid-stream and/or downstream); other infrastructure-related services and facilities; healthcare; education; financial services; non-core infrastructure investments

Type and level of funding

Type of funding: private equity investments. In 2014 the fund had a budget of USD 2 Billion.