F2I - Fondi italiani per le infrastrutture

  • Investment date: September 2009<br/>Distribution networks of natural gas across the whole Italian territory. Methanization of many municipalities of the South.
  • Investment date: April 2009 (formerly HFV)<br /> Joint venture between F2i and Enel Green Power in the photovoltaic sector
  • Investment date: January 2009<br/>Management of motorway infrastructure, particularly connections in the North-East.
  • Investment date: December 2010<br/>Management, development and renewal of the infrastructure of Naples Capodichino international airport.
  • Investment date: June 2010<br/>Networks of aqueducts, sewage and purifiers for the management of the integrated water service of the province of Genoa.
  • Investment date: December 2011<br/>Complete management of the Linate and Malpensa airports of Milan: the ninth largest airport system in Europe.
  • Investment date: January 2013<br/>Management of the Turin Caselle civil airport: cutting-edge infrastructure and high standards.


Founded in 2007, F2i is led by CEO Renato Ravanelli since October 2014.
Massimiliano Cesare is Chairman of F2i SGR.

Other members of F2i’s board are: Fausto Amadasi, Gianni Vittorio Armani, Antonio Cabras, Emanuele Cottino, Franco Dalla Sega, Giovanni Desiderio, Giancarlo Giorgi, Paolo Morerio, Franco Carlo Papa, Gianluca Ghersini and Giuseppe Urso.

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The second fund

In July 2012 F2i’s Board of Directors approved the Regulation for a Second F2i Fund.

With an initial target of 1.200 million euro, the F2i Second Fund closed its fund raising in July 2015 reaching a total fund size of 1,242.5 million euro.

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The Investors, of both the First Fund and Second Fund, can be divided into two main categories:

  • Sponsors, who are shareholders of the SGR as well as subscribers of the First and/or Second Fund (A Stakes);
  • Investors (so-called Limited partners), that are just subscribers of the First and/or Second Fund (B Stakes).
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F2i Fondi italiani per le infrastrutture (Italian Funds for infrastructure) Società di Gestione del Risparmio S.p.A. (F2i SGR) announces hereby the adhesion to the “Arbitro per le Controversie Finanziarie” (Arbitrator for Financial Disputes) (ACF), of-court dispute resolution system in the financial field between brokers and individual investors other than eligible counterparties refferred to in art. 6 paragraph 2 -quater, letter d), and professional customers refferred in the following paragraphs 2 -quinquies and 2 -sexies of the TUF, governed by Consob. It is specified that the right to appeal to the Arbitrator himself can not be waived by the investor and is always exercisable, even in the presence of devolution clauses of disputes with other of-court dispute resolution bodies contained in the contracts. For more information, see the Authority's website of Consob Supervision: www.acf.consob.it

Press releases

April 26 2018
Enel Green Power and F2i sign refinancing agreement for growth of EF Solare Italia

Press review

Tra banda larga e grandi reti. F2i cerca imprese

F2i SGR SpA - Fondi italiani per le infrastrutture is a Società di Gestione del Risparmio (asset management company) that has been active since January 2007 with investments in the infrastructure sector.

It was founded on the basis of the joint vision of a highly experienced management team, leading Italian and foreign credit Institutions, Foundations and social security funds. F2i invests in various sectors that are of strategic relevance for the infrastructural development of the Country: airports, motorways, gas distribution, integrated water services, TLC, renewable energies, local public services and social infrastructure.

In the second half of 2012, thanks to the backing of leading Italian financial institutions, the Second F2i Fund was set up to support modernisation and development projects for the Italian infrastructure system.

Since July 2007 F2i SGR SpA is registered at number 247 in the register of SGRs held by the Bank of Italy.