Denham Capital, a global energy-focused private equity firm, and Nexif, a Singapore-based independent power management company, have partnered to develop, finance, construct and opportunistically acquire conventional and renewable power generation assets across Southeast Asia.
The Nexif Energy platform will invest more than $200 million in project equity across the region.
Led by Surender Singh and Matthew Bartley, Nexif has developed, financed, constructed or exited more than four gigawatts of projects with an enterprise value of $4.3 billion in Asia, Australia and the Middle East since 2010. During these five years, the company’s team worked as the manager for InfraCo Asia, an infrastructure platform funded by several European government development finance institutions.
Led by Scott Mackin, Managing Partner and Co-President, Denham Capital is an energy and resources-focused global private equity firm with more than $7.9 billion of invested and committed capital across seven fund vehicles and offices in London, Boston, Houston, São Paulo and Perth. The firm makes direct investments in the energy and resources sectors, including businesses involving power generation, oil and gas, and mining, across the globe and all stages of the corporate lifecycle.