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Ammar Kanaan CEO of the Terminal Investment Limited (group MSC)

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Fondée en 2000 par MSC, TiL investit, gère et développe des terminaux à conteneurs dans le monde entier.

Ammar Kanaan CEO of the Terminal Investment Limited (group MSC)
Vikram Sharma is succeeded to
The shipowning group Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has placed Ammar Kanaan to the guide of the Terminal Investment Limited (TIL), the society of the group that manages directly or through participated to 53 container terminal in ports of five continents.
Kanaan, graduated in Science of the transports near Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has been founding and president of the International Port Management and has thirty years of experience in the fields of the transport and the portualità. Between the several activities, Kanaan has been in charge of the development and of the management of the container terminal of the Saudi port of King Abdullah who is participated by the Helvetic shipowning group.
Kanaan, that it has assumed the new charge with effect from slid friday, is succeeded to Vikram Sharma, that managing director of the TIL has been about to nine years and that – has evidenced group MSC – in this period has contributed to triple the pocketbook of the terminalista society and to the increase of the containerized trade enlivened from its terminals.
« The nomination of Ammar Kanaan – it has commented the president and managing director of the group MSC, Diego Aponte – ulteriorly strengthens our activity of management of harbour terminals. I would want to thank Vikram Sharma – it has added Aponte – for its engagement, its hard job and its dedication: over the years it has contributed to assure the diamond increase of the TIL »

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Au cours des dix dernières années, TiL s’est développée et est devenue le plus grand opérateur de terminaux à conteneurs au monde avec 7 terminaux dans 25 ports de commerce mondial. Cette réussite a été amenée par la stratégie de développer des entreprises communes avec d’autres propriétaires et opérateurs de terminaux leaders sur le marché.

Ayant conscience qu’un terminal efficace est indispensable à la réussite des opérations, l’association de MSC avec TiL nous a permis d’accroître la maîtrise de l’ensemble du processus portuaire et d’offrir ainsi un service plus sûr et de meilleure qualité à nos clients.

MSC souhaite aller là où ses clients le veulent, et c’est la raison pour laquelle nous possédons des terminaux sur les cinq continents et que nous continuons à agrandir notre portefeuille par le biais d’investissements stratégiques.

TiL gère à la fois des ports et des ports secs qui permettent à MSC d’accroître sa flexibilité pour offrir aux clients un service plus efficace grâce au transport prioritaire des conteneurs de nos clients des ports engorgés vers les ports secs à proximité et pour la livraison.

En avril 2013, nous avons annoncé le projet de vendre 35 % de TiL à Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), un partenariat qui fournit une base solide pour la croissance future de la société.

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Aussi Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation a investit dans le groupe TIL.

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC) was created by the Alaska Legislature in 1980 as a quasi-independent state entity tasked with the important mission of prudently investing and managing the assets of the Alaska Permanent Fund. As one of the first sovereign wealth funds, and the largest state-level fund of its kind in the United States, the Alaska Permanent Fund (Fund) has gained world-wide recognition as a model for converting a non-renewable natural resource into a renewable financial resource.

The successful stewardship of the Fund, one of Alaska’s treasured resources, is founded on the shared commitment of the APFC Board of Trustees and Staff to diligently protect the Fund’s Principal, while simultaneously striving to outperform its peers in up and down markets.

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With a staff of just under 50 people comprised of highly accomplished professionals in the fields of investment management, accounting, IT, and administration, APFC is fortunate to have such talented, dedicated, and innovative team members. From managing investments of a multi-billion dollar Fund, to executing complex operational and administrative tasks, each staff member plays an essential role in carrying out APFC’s important mission.

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, as the name implies, applies a long range investment vision for Alaska. APFC’s guiding principles outline our commitment to act honorably and respectfully, in order to earn the enduring professional trust and confidence of our peers and of those we serve. In our service to Alaska and our partners around the world, APFC is united in our shared values of Integrity, Stewardship, and Passion.

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https://www.tilgroup.com/terminals

Company profile

Terminal Investment Limited Sàrl(TIL) invests in, develops and manages container terminals around the world. It was founded in 2000 to secure berths and terminal capacity in the major ports used by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC).

Since then, TIL has grown to become one of the largest and most geographically diverse container terminal operators globally, with material equity interests in 34 operating terminals and 1 development terminal and options to purchase interests in two further development terminals.

Joint ventures

TIL’s preference is to partner with other leading international container terminal operators in joint ventures that own and operate the relevant terminals.  Most of TIL’s terminal interests are in joint venture form that are, or are planned to become, 50/50 owned with one other partner.

Clients

TIL’s largest customer is MSC, the second largest and one of the fastest growing shipping lines globally in terms of fleet tonnage, according to Drewry.

In addition to MSC, a number of TIL’s terminals provide services to other customers on contractually agreed rates and terms, including several of the world’s other largest shipping companies.

TIL’s terminals

  • have been selected for their important and strategic locations around the world, including major origin and destination (O&D) and transshipment trade hubs and gateways in Europe, Asia, North America, South America and West Africa
  • are positioned at the heart of world trade, with five of the terminals located in the world’s top 20 container ports in terms of throughput (source: Drewry)
  • are well placed to serve major trade routes and provide access into key mature and developing markets

 

Lomé Container Terminal (LCT) est l’opérateur d’un terminal à conteneurs du port de Lomé au Togo, dans le cadre d’une concession de 35 ans signée avec le gouvernement du Togo. Le promoteur du projet, actionnaire à 100% de LCT, est le groupe Global Terminal Limited (GTL)/ International Limited (TIL), 6ème opérateur portuaire mondial qui détient plus de vingt terminaux portuaires sur les cinq continents.

Description du projet

Le prêt de Proparco contribuera au financement de la construction et de l’exploitation d’un terminal à conteneurs dans le port de Lomé. Ce terminal, d’une capacité cible de 1,5 million EVP (équivalent vingt pieds), sera principalement dédié à une activité de transbordement pour le compte du transporteur maritime MSC. Il servira de port d’éclatement pour desservir plus efficacement les ports secondaires de la sous-région. Le montant total du projet est de 352 M€, financé pour 28 % par des fonds propres et pour 72 % par de la dette senior.

 

 

Partnership
Industry Private equity
Founded May 2006
Headquarters New York City, United States
(Head office)
Stamford, Connecticut, United States
(Operational headquarters)
Key people
Adebayo Ogunlesi (Managing Partner and Chairman) [1]
AUM approx. US$40 billion (2016)[2]
Website www.global-infra.com

Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is a leading global, independent infrastructure investor. GIP combines specialist industry experience and industrial best practice operational management to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns. We apply our Team’s complementary skill sets and experience to actively manage our portfolio investments in order to improve their service quality and financial performance.

Managing Directors

James Cleary

  • Energy focus
  • Former President, El Paso Corporation’s Western Pipeline Group

Lori Gish

  • Chief Administrative Officer
  • Former Chief Administrative Officer, Credit Suisse Global Investment Banking Department

Ronnie Hawkins

  • Latin America focus
  • Former Managing Director, EIG Global Energy Partners

James Jenkins

  • Investor Relations, Co-investment focus
  • Former Managing Director, King Street Capital; Credit Suisse

Mark Levitt

  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Former Chief Operating Officer, Credit Suisse Global Investment Banking Department

Gregg Myers

  • Director of Finance & Accounting
  • Former Credit Suisse Fund Administration Department

Robert O’Brien

  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Former Chief Credit Officer & Global Head of Risk Management, Credit Suisse

Annabel Wiscarson

  • Head of Investor Relations
  • Former Head, Global Relationship Group EMEA, IFM Investors

Di Xu

  • Investor Relations focus
  • Former Managing Director & Portfolio Manager, China Investment Corporation

Partners

Adebayo Ogunlesi

  • Chairman & Managing Partner
  • Former Global Head of Investment Banking; Head of Global Energy, Credit Suisse

Deepak Agrawal

  • Energy & Debt focus
  • Former Senior Financial Advisor, Qatar Petroleum

Joseph Blum

  • General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
  • Former Partner, Latham & Watkins

Jonathan Bram

  • Power focus
  • Former Co-Head of Global Industrials & Services; COO Investment Banking, Credit Suisse

William Brilliant

  • Energy focus
  • Former Associate, Lehman Brothers

Andrew Gillespie-Smith

  • Transport focus
  • Former Managing Director, Credit Suisse

Matthew Harris

  • Energy & Water/Waste focus
  • Former Co-Head of Global Energy; Head of EMEA Emerging Markets, Credit Suisse

Scott Hatton

  • Operating focus, CFO of Portfolio Operations
  • Formerly with GE / Honeywell; CFO, Sypris Solutions

Bruce MacLennan

  • Energy & Power focus
  • Former Director, Credit Suisse

Michael McGhee

  • Transport focus
  • Former Head of Global Transportation & Logistics, Credit Suisse

Jennifer Powers

  • Credit focus
  • Former Co-Head, Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets, Mizuho Bank

Gary Pritchard

  • Operating focus, Portfolio Performance Improvement
  • Former VP & GM, GE Plastics; SABIC

Raj Rao

  • Energy & Water/Waste focus
  • Former Director, Credit Suisse

Salim Samaha

  • Energy focus
  • Former VP, Credit Suisse

Rob Stewart

  • Managing Partner, GIP Australia
  • Former CEO, Credit Suisse Australia

William Woodburn

  • Operating focus
  • Former President & CEO, GE Infrastructure

Investment Principals

Ben Daniel

  • Energy focus
  • Former Vice President, Bluescape Resources

Thomas Frazier

  • Power focus
  • Former Associate, Lehman Brothers

Reby Gulcan

  • Energy focus
  • Former Managing Director, Credit Suisse

Philip Iley

  • Transport focus
  • Former Managing Director, Credit Suisse

Antoine Kerrenneur

  • Energy & Power focus
  • Former Associate, Credit Suisse

James Lee

  • Energy focus
  • Former Analyst, Goldman Sachs

Prateek Maheshwari

  • Debt Finance focus
  • Former Associate, Dresdner Kleinwort

Sharad Malhotra

  • Energy & Power focus
  • Former Associate, Lehman Brothers

Marten Soderbom

  • Transport focus
  • Former Director, Credit Suisse

Operating Principals

Nitin Apte

  • Process Improvement
  • Manufacturing & product improvement management: 22 yrs (SABIC, GE)

Robert Callahan

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational & commercial processes: 24 yrs (Sypris & GE)

Erik Einset

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational & commercial process improvement: 20 yrs (GE)

Damien Flanagan

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational excellence across multiple businesses: 21 yrs (GE)

John Higgins

  • Process Improvement
  • Former Business Leader, GE Oil and Gas; Six Sigma Quality Leader: 26 yrs (GE)

Paul Hirt

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational & commercial process improvement: 32 yrs (GE, Sigma Electric, Excide)

Glenn Johnson

  • Process Improvement
  • Sales, marketing & technology leadership roles: 32 yrs (GE)

James McHale

  • Process Improvement
  • Engineering & Operations leadership: 20 years (GE, LIXIL Corp.)

Samad Momin

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational & commercial process improvement: 19 yrs (GE)

Brian Nailor

  • Process Improvement
  • P&L leader with strong commercial & operational focus: 29 yrs (GE)

Eoin O’Tighearnaigh

  • Engineering & Operations focus
  • Manufacturing & engineering leadership: 29 years (GE)

Michael O’Toole

  • Environment, health & safety focus
  • Private & public EHS sector leadership roles: 31 years (GE, Waste Management & USEPA)

Randy Robertson

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational best practices, capital projects optimization & execution: 39 yrs (GE, SABIC, & IMC)

Scott Stanley

  • Gatwick Airport COO
  • Former COO of London City Airport; VP Operations at Honeywell: 26 yrs

M. Howard Sykes

  • Process Improvement
  • Operational excellence across multiple businesses: 25 years (GE)

Mark Tarrant

  • Operational & Supply Chain
  • Manufacturing
  • Former Asia Head, Global Operations / Supply Chain COE: 15 yrs (GE, SABIC)

John Watson

  • Edinburgh Airport Chief Commercial Officer
  • Former Managing Director of Portfolio Optimization at Lloyds Bank / Bank of Scotland: 16 yrs

Derek Wedel

  • Engineering & Operations focus
  • Engineering management, construction: 13 yrs (El Paso, DCP, Koch)

Adrian Witherow

  • Process Improvement
  • Former Plant Manager, Diamond Innovations (formerly GE Superabrasives): 14 yrs

Eileen Youds

  • Process Improvement
  • Executive & strategic leadership, productivity optimization: 20 yrs (Honeywell)

Senior Advisors

Sir John Major (Chairman)

  • Former United Kingdom Prime Minister & Chancellor

Mario Armero

  • Former Chairman of GE in Spain

Charles « Chip » Goodyear

  • Former CEO,
    BHP Billiton

Roy Griffins

  • Former Director, UK Civil Aviation

Sir David Higgins

  • Chairman of HS2
  • Former CEO, Network Rail

Andrew Jurenko

  • Former Managing Director, BAA International

Jose Lima

  • Former VP, Shell Chemicals

Norman C.T. Liu

  • Former Chairman, President & CEO, GE Capital Aviation Services

James Lytal

  • Former EVP, Enterprise Products

Mehrdad Noorani

  • Former Partner, GIP
  • Former Head of Airport Finance, GE

Stephen Ridgway

  • Former CEO, Virgin Atlantic Airlines

J. Michael Stice

  • Former CEO, Access Midstream Partners

Paul Trimmer

  • Former CEO, Shell Energy Europe

Alex Urquhart

  • Former President & CEO, GE Energy Financial Services

James « Ox » Van Hoften

  • Former Head of Aviation, Bechtel Corporation

Administration

Jack Cowell

  • Director, Marketing & Communications
  • Former Head of Global Marketing, CS First Boston

Andrew Froberg

  • Director, Tax
  • Former Vice President & Tax Counsel, Goldman Sachs

Julie Ashworth

  • Principal
  • Associate General Counsel
  • Former Associate, Latham & Watkins

Jason Baer

  • Principal, Finance
  • Former Vice President, Credit Suisse

Jacob Bukhsbaum

  • Senior Compliance Officer
  • Former Vice President, Compliance, Nomura Asset Management

Stacey Jordan

  • Vice President, Investor Relations

Jennifer Klingman

  • Senior Associate, Investor Relations

Vinay Prabhakar

  • Tax Counsel
  • Former Associate, Davis Polk & Wardwell

GIP Australia

Rob Stewart

  • Managing Partner
  • Former CEO, Credit Suisse Australia

Russell Smith

  • Partner
  • Former CEO, Port of Brisbane

Ari Droga

  • Partner
  • Former Head of Global Infrastructure M&A, Allco Finance

Nick Hume

  • Principal
  • F​ormer ​A​ssociate​,​ Goldman Sachs

Mark Tarrant

  • Operating Principal
  • Former Head of Supply Chain and Operations, GE Asia-Pacific

GIP Credit

Reiner Boehning

  • Partner
  • Former Co-Head of Global Project Finance, Credit Suisse

Steve Cheng

  • Partner
  • Former Co-Head of Global Project Finance, Credit Suisse

Eric Schaefer

  • Managing Director
  • Chief Risk Officer Former Managing Director Credit Risk Management, GE

Christy Silvester

  • Principal
  • Portfolio Manager Former Executive Director Leverage & Acquisition Finance, Morgan Stanley

Denny Sreckovic

  • Principal
  • Energy Focus Former Director Infrastructure Investment Banking (Americas), Credit Suisse

Our Offices

Office locations

Investor Inquiries

Jim Jenkins • jim.jenkins@global-infra.com • +1 212 315 8121

Annabel Wiscarson • annabel.wiscarson@global-infra.com • +44 20 7798 0400

Media Inquiries

Jack Cowell • jack.cowell@global-infra.com • +1 212 315 8133

Career Opportunities

Mark Levitt • mark.levitt@global-infra.com • +1 212 315 8111

Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC15)
Ressources : rente énergétique
Date de création : 1976
Montant des actifs gérés : 29 milliards de dollars (22,8 milliards d’euros)
Président : Steve Franck
Directeur exécutif : Michael J. Burns
Participations significatives : GE, Exxon, Microsoft, Google, Procter & Gamble
Créé par amendement à la Constitution de l’Etat d’Alaska en 1976, l’Alaska Permanent Fund est
géré, depuis 1982, par l’Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC), dont le Conseil d’administration
est composé de personnalités ayant servi dans les agences administratives de l’Etat de
l’Alaska. Son président (2007), Steve Franck, membre du conseil d’administration de l’APFC depuis
2003, a été député (1984) puis sénateur (1998).
Le portefeuille d’investissements, extrêment diversifié, est réparti ainsi :
– 53% en actions ;
– 29% en obligations ;
– 10% en investissements immobiliers ;
– 8 % en gestion alternative.
L’Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation verse, par ailleurs, depuis 1982, à chaque habitant de l’Etat
de l’Alaska une allocation, le Permanent Fund Dividend. Le montant de cette allocation s’est élevé
en 2008 à 3269 dollars (environ 2 400 euros).
L’APFC et la crise financière :
Entre fin 2007 et fin 2008, les montants gérés par l’APFC ont été réduits de 39,8 milliards de dollars
à 28,7 milliards de dollars : une baisse de plus de 8,5%. L’immobilier reste le seul secteur d’évolution
positive (0,2%)
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Présentation des 20 fonds souverains les plus importants
Classement des 20 premiers fonds souverains par montant des capitaux gérés
Pays Nom Actifs gérés
(milliards de dollars) Ressource Année de
création
Arabie Saoudite SAMA Foreign Holdings 5011 Rente énergétique 1952
Norvège Government Pension Fund – Global 3732 Rente énergétique 1990
Singapour Government of Singapore
Investment Corporation 3303 Devises étrangères 1981
EAU-Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Investment Authority 3284 Rente énergétique 1981
Chine SAFE Investment Company 311,65 Devises étrangères 1997
Koweït Kuwait Investment Authority 2286 Rente énergétique 1982
Chine China Investment Corporation 200 Devises étrangères 2007
Chine – Hong
Kong
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Investment Portfolio 1527 Devises étrangères 1998
Russie Reserve Fund 1378 Rente énergétique 2008
Singapour Temasek Holdings 1349 Excédents budgétaires 1974
Chine National Social Security Fund 7410 Excédents budgétaires 2000
Russie National Wealth Fund 84,511 Rente énergétique 2008
Dubaï Investment Corporation of Dubai 8212 Rente énergétique 2006
Qatar Qatar Investment Authority 5813 Rente énergétique 2003
Libye Libyan Investment Authority 6514 Rente énergétique 2006
Algerie Fonds de régulation des recettes 6115 Rente énergétique 2000
Australie Australian Future Fund 59,516 Excédents budgétaires 2004
Brunei Brunei Investment Agency 3517 Rente énergétique 1983
Etats-Unis Alaska Alaska Permanent Fund 2918 Rente énergétique 1976
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan National Fund 28,519 Rente énergétique 2000
Corée du Sud Korea Investment
Corporation 24,720 Rente énergétique 2005
1/ Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), GCC Sovereign Funds, Reversal of Fortune, Brad Setser and Rachel Ziemba, Janvier 20092/.2/
2/ Donnée officielle : http://www.norges-bank.no/templates/article____41397.aspx
3/ Source : Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute
4/ CFR, GCC Sovereign Funds, Reversal of Fortune, Brad Setser and Rachel Ziemba, Janvier 2009.
5/ Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute
6/ CFR, GCC Sovereign Funds, Reversal of Fortune, Brad Setser and Rachel Ziemba, Janvier 2009.
7/ Deutsche Bank, Steffen Kern, SWFs and foreign policies, an update, 22 octobre 2008.
8/ Donnée officielle : http://www.veb.ru/en/about/press/news/printable.php?print=1&id32=5020
9/ Donnée officielle : http://www.temasekholdings.com.sg/about_us.htm
10/ Source : Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute
11/ Donnée officielle : http://www1.minfin.ru/en/nationalwealthfund/statistics/amount/index.php?id4=5830
12/ Source : Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute
13/ CFR, GCC Sovereign Funds, Reversal of Fortune, Brad Setser and Rachel Ziemba, Janvier 2009.
14/ Source : Business Intelligence Middle East
15/ Source : Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute
16/ donnée officielle : http://www.futurefund.gov.au/
17/ Deutsche Bank, Steffen Kern, SWFs and foreign policies, an update, 22 octobre 2008.
18/ Donnée officielle : http://www.apfc.org/home/Content/home/index.cfm
19/ Donnée officielle : http://www.minfin.kz/index.php?uin=1231731724&chapter=1233660128&lang=eng
20/ Donnée officielle : http://www.kic.go.kr/en/?mid=ut02
21/ Société de gestion d’épargne, détenue à plus de 50% par ICD avec Dubai Holding Company, Emaar Properties Company et Dubai Bank.
22/ http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/fin/press-center/Press-releases/2008/prudent-and-long-term-asset-management.html?id=506651

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