01 BTO (Build-Transfer-Operate) Projects
Typical BTO projects : Expressway, Tunnel, Railroad, Bridge, etc. Investments in infrastructure assets under the Korean Public-Private Partnership Act, where a concessionaire(a private partner) constructs an infrastructure project, transfers the ownership to the government upon completion of construction, and is granted the right to operate the facility and realizes a reasonable return on its investment through the direct collection of user fees
02 Conventional Energy Projects
Investments in conventional energy power plants Typical Conventional Energy projects : Coal-fired Power Plant, LNG Combined Cycle Power Plant, Cogeneration Power Plant, etc.
03 BTL (Build-Transfer-Lease) Projects
Typical BTL projects : Social Infrastructures, including education/military/sewage pipeline facilities, hospitals, dormitories, etc. Investments in infrastructure assets under the Korean Public-Private Partnership Act, where a concessionaire(a private partners) constructs an infrastructure project, transfers the ownership to the government upon completion of construction, and is granted the right to operate the facility and receives government payments(typically lease payment + operational cost) based on its operational performance
04 Renewable Energy Projects
Typical Renewable Energy projects : Solar PV, Offshore Wind, Energy Storage System, Biomass, etc. Investments in renewable energy projects with favorable government subsidies and incentives (i.e. Feed-in Tariff and Renewable Portfolio Standard schemes)
05 Environmental Facility Projects
Typical Environmental Facility projects : Sewage Disposal/Reclaimed Water facilities, Combustible Waste facility, etc. Investments in environmental related facilities that provide cities and towns with water supply and waste disposal services

Infrastructure Division

KB Asset Management’s Infrastructure Division, with approximately USD 16.6billion
in commitments, is ranked as one of the largest infrastructure fund managers in Korea.
The division has earned a strong reputation for its solid and stable performance in infrastructure
investments. It invests in transportation, conventional and renewable energies, social and
economic infrastructures, and other infrastructure related facilities

Investment Experience
KBAM’s Infrastructure Division has in-depth experience in investment and management of infrastructure assets
Investment types: BTO, BTL, Conventional and Renewable Energies, etc.
The division completed its value-chain line-up, and it now covers all sectors in infrastructure investments, aiming for reliable and sustainable growth
Largest AUM and manpower resources
The division has the most dedicated manpower with four teams of 26 professionals with specialized backgrounds in construction and engineering, investment banking, securities and accounting, allowing in-depth analysis of both domestic and cross-border infrastructure transactions
Low turn-over rate; ensuring long-term sustainable investments for investors∙
With approximately US$ 16.6 billion in commitments, the division is one of the largest infrastructure asset managers in the country
Growing cross-border investments
The Cross-border Investment Division is one the strongest market players actively investing in global infrastructure transactions. The Cross-border Investment Division, with its determined investment strategy and concrete relationship with investors, global GPs, and developers, has raised a capital of approximately US$ 4.3 billion committed in global infrastructure assets
An investment philosophy to compare risk / return profile of various opportunities has led the division to diversify its investments into various sectors such as infrastructure PPP, conventional and renewable energies, transportation, environmental facilities etc.