Create your Allinfra Account

Before you start, we have included some helpful information below for your reference.

When you are ready to start the account opening process, please click below.

ABOUT ALLINFRA

What is Allinfra?
Allinfra allows for direct access, choice and liquidity in unlisted infrastructure assets. By combining the latest technology with decades of infrastructure and finance experience, we are able to give you, the ultimate investor, direct access to high quality infrastructure assets, discretion on asset allocation, the ability to trade typically illiquid assets and a greater share of returns.
What sort of transactions can I expect to see using Allinfra technology?

The world’s premium, sustainable infrastructure, which is usually only accessible to the largest institutional investors, will be accessible directly at a fraction of the cost of the largest funds. For example, transactions may be in the renewable infrastructure space (such as rooftop solar or carbon credits), transportation/logistics space (toll roads or light rail), social infrastructure (hospitals and schools) or in any number of other infrastructure assets. Each transaction will be different and you will have the choice to participate once further details about the asset are provided.

What is the process to get access to Allinfra transactions?

Click the Create Allinfra account button above or go to dashboard.allinfra.com to commence the Allinfra account creation process. This involves:

  1. Account registration
  2. Investor accreditation
  3. Identity verification (Know your customer (“KYC”) and anti-money laundering (“AML”) checks)
  4. CRS and FATCA declarations

Once this process is successfully completed, you will have a provisionally approved Allinfra account and you will be able to access future transactions utilizing our technology.  As each transaction is different (they may be in different jurisdictions or have different investment structures, for example), you may have to complete additional administrative checks prior to accessing a transaction.

Can anyone create an Allinfra account?

At this stage, only certain users from selected jurisdictions are able to create an Allinfra account. While anyone can enter the platform and start the Allinfra account creation process, your account will only be provisionally approved if you meet the requirements for your particular jurisdiction, your identity can be verified and you complete the CRS/FATCA declarations. Creating an Allinfra account does not guarantee you access to the transactions – access will depend on the requirements of the specific transaction at the time of offering.

In the future, we hope to allow more users to open an Allinfra account and we are currently working towards this with new jurisdictions being added regularly.

If you’re unable to create an account at this time, please sign up to our newsletter at allinfra.com so you can be the first to know about any developments.

What can I currently do on the dashboard

The website is currently open for account creation, accreditation, KYC/AML checks and CRS/FATCA declarations (“Allinfra Account Approval”). You’re able to complete this process now which will give you expedited access when a transaction is launched through Allinfra or an affiliate of Allinfra. Once your account is approved you will be notified about new transactions prior to launch. Please note that there may be additional administrative requirements before you can fully access a transaction.

What do I need to create an Allinfra account?

In order to create an account you will need:

  1. An email address
  2. An app for two factor authentication that generates one-time passwords, such as Authy or Google Authenticator 
  3. An ETH wallet address – for maximum security, we recommend a hardware wallet like Ledger or Trezor, however you can also use software wallets, such as Metamask. The ETH address is where you will receive your tokens when a token issuance occurs. As your accreditation, KYC/AML checks and others are linked to your ETH address, unfortunately, this cannot be changed at this time.
  4. Evidence of accreditation (see further below)
  5. KYC & AML information, such as identity information for the corporate and any individuals (including any 10% or greater ultimate beneficial owners (“UBO”), see further below)
  6. Tax information for Common Reporting Standard (“CRS”) and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) submission (see further below)
Does an Allinfra account entitle me to tokens?

No, going through the Allinfra account approval process means that your account is provisionally approved only. Upon the launch of a token offering, you will have accelerated access to the transaction details, subject to any additional administrative requirements for that specific transaction, however this does not entitle you to any tokens.

What steps are required to have my Allinfra account provisionally approved?

Start by going to dashboard.allinfra.com. You will then be guided through account registration, accreditation, identity verification and CRS/FATCA declarations.

Account registration

During the account registration process, you will need to provide the following information:

  1. Whether the account is for an individual or a corporate
  2. Place of residence/business
  3. Place of citizenship/incorporation
  4. Email address to be associated with the account
  5. First and last name of the individual (either the individual account holder or the person registering on behalf of the corporate)
  6. Password
  7. Company name (if applicable)
  8. Ethereum wallet address
  9. Accept the Allinfra terms and conditions
  10. Set-up your two factor authentication

You will then receive an email from Allinfra to validate your email address – please click or paste the link into your browser to finish account registration. 

Accreditation

The steps to become accredited will depend on your location and whether you are looking to become accredited as an individual or corporate entity.

In general, you will need to provide evidence of net worth, income or other specific accreditation documents relevant to your jurisdiction. Don’t worry, once you start the process, you are able to see the requirements for your jurisdiction, pause the process and recommence.

Complete identity verification process

The identity verification process will require you to upload a number of documents. It is recommended that you have the required information and documentation ready prior to commencing this process, although you may save your progress at any time and come back later. 

For individuals, the information and documentation required includes (but is not limited to):

  1. Clear valid passport copy
  2. Clear selfie holding a piece of paper with the current day written on it – please make sure the date is easily readable
  3. Citizenship and residency information
  4. Proof of address copy like a utility bill, dated within the last 3 months 
  5. Source of funds/wealth evidence like a bank statement, payslip, brokerage or custody statement, dated within the last 3 months 
  6. CV/resume

If you are investing as a corporate, you will need to provide the above documentation for each natural person in the ownership chain that ultimately beneficially owns 10% or more of the investing entity (“Investco”). Any individual in the ownership chain (i.e. direct or indirect ownership) is called an Ultimate Beneficial Owner, or “UBO”. For example, assume there is a holding company (“Holdco”) that owns 30% of InvestCo. An individual (“Person A”) that owns 40% of Holdco would beneficially own 12% of InvestCo (30% x 40% = 12%)  and therefore you would need to submit information for Person A. Conversely, an individual (“Person B”) that owns 20% of HoldCo would only beneficially own 8% of InvestCo and would not be required to submit KYC/AML information. 

In addition to the UBO information, you will need to provide the following information and documentation for the corporate entity:

  1. Incorporation details (including date, country, number and the associated certificate)
  2. Registered business address (and proof of address)
  3. Register of directors and members
  4. Ownership chart, evidencing all >10% ultimate beneficial owners
  5. Nature of business
  6. Registry search
  7. Articles of association
  8. Source of funds/wealth
  9. Evidence of having the authority to sign on behalf of the company

Complete CRS/FATCA declaration

Once your accreditation has been approved and your identity verified, you will be able to complete CRS and FATCA declarations. In order to comply with international regulatory requirements, we need to collect information related to your tax residency and tax file number(s). This information will be sent to local and international authorities as per regulatory requirements.

Can I have multiple accounts for a corporate entity?

At this stage, you can only have one account for a corporate entity – for example, if you are opening an account for a corporate, you will need to designate one person to open the account and to be the representative for that account. We are working to add this additional functionality in the near future.

Does the Allinfra Account Approval process allow for multiple signatories?

At this stage, you can only have one signatory per account using the online form. We are working to add this functionality in the near future. If you have multiple signatories, please email support@allinfra.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible on alternative arrangements

What happens after I have completed the Allinfra Account Approval process?

You will receive an email that will detail your provisional approval to participate in future Allinfra transactions. You will receive further information on opportunities when they become available. 

What will be the minimum investment in Allinfra transactions?

Allinfra transaction minimums will depend on the specific transaction, however it is likely that the initial transactions will be open only to accredited investors and require minimum investments of between US$100,000 and US$250,000

IDENTITY VERIFICATION

What is the process for identity verification?

Complete the KYC and AML process under the “Identity Verification” tab. You will need to provide individual and/or corporate identity information and documentation. It is recommended that you have the required information and documentation ready prior to commencing this process, although you may save your progress at any time and come back later.

For identity verification requirements, please see the details outlined under “What steps are required to have my Allinfra account provisionally approved?” listed above.

Once the KYC process is complete, you’ll receive an email from Allinfra indicating that your identity verification is pending. Once our checks are complete you’ll receive a follow up email confirming your identity verification if successful. 

Once identity verification is complete you can move to complete the CRS/FATCA declaration.  

Upon completion of the CRS/FATCA declaration and confirmation by our team, you will receive an email notifying you of provisional approval of your Allinfra account.

What documents will I require for identity verification?

The requirements vary depending on whether you are subscribing as an individual or corporate entity. 

Individual

If investing as an individual, you will need to provide: 

  1. Clear valid passport copy
  2. Clear selfie holding a piece of paper with the current day written on it – please make sure the date is easily readable
  3. Citizenship and residency information
  4. Proof of address copy like a utility bill, dated within the last 3 months 
  5. Source of funds/wealth evidence like a bank statement, payslip, brokerage or custody statement, dated within the last 3 months 
  6. CV/resume

Corporate

For each UBO, you will need to provide the information outlined above under “Individual” in addition to:

  1. Incorporation details (including date, country, number and the associated certificate)
  2. Registered business address (and proof of address)
  3. Register of directors and members
  4. Ownership chart, evidencing all >10% ultimate beneficial owners
  5. Nature of business
  6. Registry search
  7. Articles of association
  8. Source of funds/wealth
  9. Evidence of having the authority to sign on behalf of the company
How long does verification take?

We endeavor to review each identity verification request as soon as possible, however depending on volumes please allow 3-5 business days for full review.

What happens after identity verification is approved or denied?

If your identity verification is approved you will be able to proceed to complete the CRS/FATCA declarations. If your identity verification fails, unfortunately you will not be able to create an Allinfra account at this time.

Can I change my whitelisted wallet address after completion of identity verification?

No – at this time, you will not be able to change your whitelisted address after creation of your account as your accreditation, KYC/AML checks and others are linked to your ETH address.