Indigneous Infrastructure Investment Fund



Impact Investment Partners (Impact IP) is a specialist infrastructure investment manager that applies social impact principles to large-scale Indigenous commercial investments. Impact IP’s Managing Director is a Luritja man from Central Australia with first-hand experience in building infrastructure investments across regional Australia. Our executive team and board members have hands-on experience in infrastructure execution, construction and operations. Impact IP and our Investment Committee also have a depth of experience in investment advisory, private equity, and Australian and international infrastructure funds management. The Fund is the culmination of Impact IP’s experience since 2014 working with communities, government departments and major corporations to improve social and economic outcomes for Indigenous people and communities.

Financial Return

The financial return includes: A total net return of 8% per annum (capital growth and cash yield), and a net cash yield of 5% per annum (Total net return and net cash yield are net of base management fees and Fund costs, expenses and asset level taxes (if applicable), over rolling five-year periods).

Social Return

The ISER (Indigenous Social and Economic Returns) Index measures the key benefits of infrastructure investment to Indigenous communities including the relative proportion of economic returns to Indigenous Investors, businesses and landowners, as well as progress delivered on any of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG). An ISER Index is calculated for each investment and for the Fund as a whole.
Issuing organisation
  • Impact Investment Partners Pty Ltd
  • First close of $30 million
Minimum Investment
  • $250,000
Investment Type
  • Equity
Investor Type
  • Wholesale/Sophisticated investors only
  • Redemptions will be available after the 10th anniversary
Impact Focus
  • Indigenous
  • Australia-wide


Janice Morris
Fund Director
M: +61 413 268 878
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