ARC Fiduciary is an institutional investment manager committed to delivering top-tier financial returns while making a positive environmental impact.
ARC Fiduciary is a seasoned infrastructure investment firm whose leaders have an extensive track record of operations, equity and debt finance, and capital allocation.
ARC Fiduciary pursues institutional investment strategies that can generate attractive returns, mitigate pre-construction risks, and insure proper stakeholder alignment.
ARC Fiduciary pursues development opportunities that benefit from the U.S. energy transition to low-carbon energy production and decentralized power distribution, with a particular expertise in in mid-market equity projects.
US energy investment required by 2040
additions will be renewables by 2040
renewables will become cost competitive with fossil fuels (grid parity) by 2040 *
companies have public renewable energy targets
Data according to Advanced Energy Economy, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Greentech Media. Information is current as of January 2017 and is subject to change.
For informational purposes only. Nothing herein constitutes an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to purchase any security, or a recommendation or advice about an investment.
*For residential solar
The global transition from large centralized utilities to smaller distributed energy projects is driving market opportunities.
The Past: Centralized Power and One Way Transmission
The Future: Distributed Power and Two Way Transmission
Landfill Gas to Energy
Distributed Commercial PV Solar
Combined Cycle Clean Power
Combined Heat and Power
Mitigation Land Banking
Water Waste and Water Infrastructure
Waste to Energy
ARC Fiduciary considers the maximization of impact goals as integral to our investment success. ARCâs investments perform best for investors when they are achieving positive social and economic outcomes.
Minimum target of carbon avoidance compared to the current energy mix:
Target Employment Objectives:
For informational purposes only.Â Nothing herein constitutes an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to purchase any security, or a recommendation or advice about an investment.
Former APG Opportunity Fund Manager
Dempsey Gable spent 8 years at APG asset management where he served as Managing Director, member of the US Executive Board and Fund Manager for the $5.5 billion Opportunity Fund. Under Mr. Gableâs direction, the fund invested opportunistically across the capital stack in direct equity and debt, as well as primary fund investments. Investments focused mainly on energy, energy infrastructure and related assets, including oil and gas, renewables, energy efficiency, transmission, independent power and utility assets. . .
Former APG Opportunity Fund Portfolio Manager
Steven Bloom is a seasoned investment professional. Mr. Bloom spent 8 years at APG Asset Management, including 5 years as a Portfolio Manager on APGâs Opportunity Fund. During his time on APGâs Opportunity Fund, he underwrote and managed a portfolio of more than $1 billion of investments.
Mr. Bloom began his career at APG as head of research and asset management for APGâs North America Strategic (Private) Real Estate Fund. Prior to joining APG, Mr. Bloom was a Portfolio Manager at HSBC Asset Management after having worked. . .
Alistair Buchan is a veteran project finance and renewable energy financier
Mr. Buchan was financial advisor to AES Distributed Energy Inc, “AESDE” a US-based, solar power developer, for three years. During that time he advised on their corporate restructuring and acquisition by the AES Corporation. He also provided advice for AESDE’s tax equity and debt raising initiatives for their Solar, Commercial and Industrial and Residential programs. Mr. Buchan has additionally provided advice to other clients in the solar, wind, landfill gas and anaerobic biodigester renewable energy sectors. . .