A century of infrastructure expertise

Since 1899, our firm has invested in and operated infrastructure assets, creating one of the worlds largest global platforms.

AUM as of March 31, 2024 and personnel as of December 31, 2023. 


DFMG Telecom Tower

A 100+ year history of creating long-term value

One of the world’s largest infrastructure owner-operators

Brookfield invests in and operates essential infrastructure assets that move people, goods, commodities, and data to where they are most needed. Today, the firm owns and operates one of the worlds largest telecom tower portfolios and more than 20,000 miles of rail lines—enough to travel round-trip from New York to Singapore

The Brookfield Infrastructure Advantage

Learn more in this two-minute video.
Telecom Tower
Brookfield Public Securities

Exposure to listed infrastructure across geographies and sectors

Diversified opportunities in a rapidly evolving asset class

Brookfields Public Securities infrastructure strategies seek to invest in high-quality infrastructure companies that are attractively priced, using a value-based investment process that emphasizes fundamental, bottom-up research.

Brookfield Public Securities

Meet the portfolio managers

We believe listed infrastructure increasingly plays a more significant role in investors’ portfolios. Watch this video featuring Brookfield Public Securities’ portfolio managers Tom Miller and Leonardo Anguiano to learn how they define the investment universe and their approach to valuation and portfolio construction. They also discuss listed infrastructure’s role in a portfolio, how clients have allocated and the opportunities they see today.

Aerial view of a river through the rain forest

Investing in undervalued infrastructure businesses

Embracing Oaktree’s investment philosophy

Oaktree uses its fundamental research process to identify assets that have the potential to create sustainable, long-term value. These strategies invest primarily in North American infrastructure-related businesses in the energy and transportation sectors. 

1Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss.