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About us
Amber is a leading international investment manager. For over 15 years, we have mobilised capital into essential, responsible infrastructure.
What we do
We source, finance and manage infrastructure assets for both the public and private sectors, applying an integrated approach throughout the lifecycle of each investment.
Amber develops and invests across a wide range of infrastructure sectors, each characterised by a long-term investment horizon and robust, creditworthy counterparties.
As long-term investors, we recognise the need to consider how a changing world could impact our core business activities and investments.
News and insights
View our latest press releases and insights on key topics from across the business.
Our people are essential to our success. We are committed to building exceptional teams, maintaining our unique entrepreneurial spirit, and building a culture that is inclusive and impactful.
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Amber Horizons

Amber Horizons is our award-winning sustainability and innovation programme.

Horizons challenges our business to take a multigenerational view and consider how non-financial events can impact performance and create opportunity.

Amber regularly undertakes in-house research to identify emerging non-financial trends that have the potential to positively or negatively impact the performance of our investments and business operations. This research directly informs our business strategy, investment approach, and corporate culture.

  • We embrace a forward-thinking strategy to seize opportunities and minimise risks. Understanding the environmental, social, and technological drivers of change is pivotal. By staying attuned to these dynamics, we make informed decisions, anticipate shifts, and adapt proactively to emerging trends and challenges.


    Amanda Woods

    Chief Investment Officer

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Amber Horizons Insights

From renewable energy projects to transportation infrastructure and sustainable development initiatives, stay ahead of the curve with our insightful content.


Researching drivers of change

Developing a data-driven view of emerging non-financial trends is central to Amber's approach to sustainability. By identifying opportunities and risks early on, Amber can make fully informed decisions. This approach enables Amber to stay ahead of the curve, adapt to evolving sustainability challenges, and seize opportunities that align with our commitment to environmental and social responsibility.

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Climate change

Climate change significantly influences infrastructure stability, making it essential for investment considerations. Extreme weather events and environmental shifts pose threats, requiring investments in resilient technologies. Neglecting these challenges jeopardises infrastructure, economic stability, and public well-being. Integrating climate considerations into investment decision making is crucial for robust long term returns.

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Renewable energy

Renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydroelectric power offer clean, sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels, reducing carbon emissions and mitigating climate change. Scaling up renewable energy deployment requires investment in infrastructure, technology innovation, and supportive policies such as renewable energy targets, feed-in tariffs, and carbon pricing mechanisms. 

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Circular economy

The circular economy has the potential to minimise waste and maximise resource efficiency in infrastructure investment. Unlike the linear economy, it keeps products and materials in use through recycling, reusing, and remanufacturing. By closing the resource loop, it not only reduces environmental impact and conserves natural resources, but it also has the potential to create new business opportunities.

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Biodiversity plays a critical role in supporting the resilience and functionality of infrastructure systems. Infrastructure projects often intersect with natural habitats, ecosystems, and biodiversity hotspots, making their protection and preservation vital. Incorporating biodiversity considerations into infrastructure planning and development helps mitigate environmental impacts, maintain ecosystem services, and enhance project sustainability. 

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Supporting net zero solutions

The road to net zero is complex. Whilst some technologies and financing solutions are clear, significant work is required to develop suitable financing and to de-risk frontier technologies that will be required over the coming years.


Amber is committed to developing innovative financing solutions, supporting its investments to innovate and to invest its own capital in projects it believes in.

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