Indochina Infrastructure Management was established in 2007 to advise and invest in infrastructure companies and projects in Vietnam. The division focuses on projects in environmental, transportation and social infrastructure sectors such as water treatment plants, seaports, and educational facilities.
Indochina Renewable Resources provides advisory services to foreign and local enterprises active in Vietnam's broad network of infrastructure related investment activities. The group advises governmental agencies on policy matters as well as local and foreign companies on their merger and acquisition strategies. For example, Indochina Renewable Resources has been hired by the World Bank to advise the Vietnamese government on their Public Private Partnership program for infrastructure works. The division is also the financial advisor to one of the largest state-owned companies on the disposition of a seaport facility.
The division has recently launched the Mekong Renewable Resources Fund (MRRF), a fund size of US$150 million. MRRF has already secured a US$50 million commitment from the US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and is now raising an additional US$100 million from institutional investors. The fund is investing in the development of critically important renewable resources in the lower Mekong region (Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos) with diverse mandate on renewable energy, sustainable forestry/plantations and environmental services.