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RBC I&TS appointed depositary and administrator by AMOAI for first Luxembourg-based global infrastructure debt fund

RBC Investor & Treasury Services (I&TS), part of Royal Bank of Canada, has been appointed depositary of Asset Management One Alternative Investments’ (AMOAI) first global Luxembourg domiciled infrastructure debt vehicle – Cosmic Blue PF Lotus FCP.

Japan’s AMOAI recently rebranded from Mizuho Global Alternative Investments, and RBC I&TS will also provide depositary, fund administration and transfer agency services to the new RAIF launched by AMOAI.
Hironobu Nakamura, Chief Investment Officer of AMOAI, says: “RBC’s experience servicing private debt and infrastructure debt funds in Luxembourg as well as its broader funding and banking services made it the right partner for our needs. Our new fund aims to connect the capital of Japanese investors with the global infrastructure markets and increase our presence as an asset manager specialising in infrastructure debt and we are looking forward to partnering with RBC to achieve our goals.”
Andrew Gordon (pictured), Managing Director, Asia, RBC I&TS, adds: “RBC I&TS is a specialist in asset servicing for real estate, infrastructure, private equity and private debt funds and provides support through every stage of the investment lifecycle. We’re proud to support AMOAI with its first Luxembourg fund and are certain our dedicated Private Capital Services model, expertise and wider banking capabilities will deliver exceptional experiences.” 

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