September 25, 2016 11:44 AM ET

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Company Overview of Palisade Investment Partners Limited

Company Overview

Palisade Investment Partners Limited is a principal investment firm specializing in investments in mid market infrastructure assets. The firm seeks to invest in aerospace and defense; justice, public order, and safety; solid waste collection, airports, renewable power generation, transmission, timberland, social infrastructure, agri-infrastructure and, alternative waste treatment, treatment and disposal services; air port services and marine ports and services; and alternative energy sources. It primarily invests in Australia and New Zealand and globally otherwise. Palisade Investment Partners Limited is based in Sydney, Australia.

Level 35

60 Margaret Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Phone:

61 2 8970 7800

Key Executives for Palisade Investment Partners Limited

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Executive Director, Chairman of Palisade Advisory Board, Chairman Palisade Investment Committee
Financial Controller
Investment Director
Head of Investment Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Palisade Investment Partners Limited Key Developments

AMP Capital And Palisade To Bid For Stockyard Hill Project

AMP Capital Holdings Limited and Palisade Investment Partners Limited reportedly are the latest parties to emerge as prospective bidders for Origin Energy Limited’s (ASX:ORG) Stockyard Hill project, which has already generated strong interest from various Chinese parties.

Offers Received For Sunshine Coast Airport

Infrastructure funds and airport owners will lob first-round bids for Sunshine Coast Airport on September 21, 2016. Sunshine Coast Council is considering two separate deal structures and has asked interested buyers to make indicative bids for the respective deals. The council is seeking funds for a $347 million airport expansion, including a new runway. Interestingly, potential buyers have also been given the opportunity to propose their own deal structure. Gold Coast Airport Pty Limited owner of Queensland Airports Limited, which is owned by a bunch of investors including The Infrastructure Fund, are expected to lob an indicative offer, along AMP Capital Finance limited, Colonial First State Asset Management (Australia) Limited, Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd and Palisade Investment Partners Limited.

Five Ways For Origin's Infrastructure Asset Sales

Origin Energy Limited (ASX:ORG) will sell five energy infrastructure and wind generation assets as part of its $800 million asset divestment program, with the auction scheduled to get underway in March, 2016. In recent meetings with potential buyers, Origin Energy has revealed plans to offload its Darling Downs and Port Campbell to Mortlake gas pipelines, the Mortlake Terminal Station and the Cullerin Range and Stockyard Hill wind farms. According to a presentation given to the buyers – and obtained by Street Talk - Origin Energy will write power purchase agreements, gas transmission agreements and tolling agreements for each of the five assets. It means the auction will line up existing pipeline and wind farm owners against low cost of capital superannuation investors and infrastructure funds. Strategic buyers including APA Group (ASX:APA) and Australian Gas Networks Limited are expected to take a close look at the pipelines, along with QIC Limited and underbidders in the Iona auction including Retail Employees Superannuation Trust. Colonial First State Investments Limited and the likes of AMP Capital Investors Limited and Palisade Investment Partners Limited are also expected to run the numbers. Infratil Limited (NZSE:IFT) and Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd will take a look at Origin Energy's windfarms. Cullerin Range, located in NSW's Southern Highlands, is a 30megawatt farm, while Stockyard Hill is a development project in Victoria, which will cost about $1 billion to build. The biggest question will be whether Origin and its adviser, Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Limited, can catch a mystery offshore or Chinese acquirer as has been in case in recent infrastructure auctions including Pacific Hydro and Port of Darwin. Bidders left Origin's briefings expecting the auction to begin with confidentiality agreements and an information memorandum in March and wrap up before the end of the financial year of 2015. Expectations are the assets should fetch more than AUD 800 million. UBS Group AG (SWX:UBSG) is running the gas asset sales in a separate process.

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