• LBBW (Moody’s: Aa2 stable) is Germany’s premier medium-sized universal bank and the second largest bank by assets, boasting a balance sheet of €333 billion (2023), a profit of €1.4 billion, and a workforce of over 10,000 employees.

    Our Infrastructure & Transportation Finance division, part of LBBW’s Real Assets department, serves as a key financier for Core and Core+ infrastructure projects. With a team of 50+ professionals across Stuttgart, Leipzig, London, and New York, we are dedicated to driving forward critical infrastructure advancements.

    LBBW is committed to significantly contributing to the digital transformation journey, paving the way for a more connected and innovative future.

  • Eurofiber has been a provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure since 2000. Utilizing its own fiberoptic network and datacenters, we provide smart, open, future-proof cloud infrastructure and connectivity solutions to companies, government bodies and non-profit organizations. Customers have complete freedom to choose the services, applications, and providers they need, allowing them to tap into the full potential of digital innovation. Eurofiber has a 70,500 km fiberoptic network in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Germany. This network is expanded by 50 km per week on average. Eurofiber companies operate ten datacenters in the Netherlands and France. Supplementing that vital infrastructure, we also offer interconnectivity between nearly all carrier-neutral datacenters in The Netherlands and Belgium through the DCspine platform. Eurofiber is laying the foundation under the digital society, which is why the Dutch government has assigned Eurofiber the status of ‘vital infrastructure’.

    The Eurofiber Group consists of Eurofiber (The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany), and Eurofiber Cloud Infra (The Netherlands). Eurofiber also participates in FTTH focused activities in the joint venture Unifiber in Belgium, and has an investment partnership with a nationwide fiber infrastructure operation with NGN Fiber Network (Germany).

    Eurofiber is backed by Antin Infrastructure Partners, and PGGM infrastructure Fund as a minority shareholder. Antin is a leading private equity firm focused on infrastructure. With over EUR31bn in assets under management across its Flagship, Mid Cap and NextGen investment strategies, Antin targets investments in the digital, energy and environment, transport, and social infrastructure sectors. PGGM Infrastructure Fund is an open-ended fund with EUR14bn assets under management in infrastructure investments and active in the digital infrastructure sector since 2010.