Brookfield Global Listed Infrastructure Income Fund

Brookfield Global Listed Infrastructure Income Fund

Overview

Objective and Strategy

The Fund's investment objective is to provide a high level of total return, with an emphasis on income. The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing primarily in securities of publicly traded infrastructure companies.

Why Invest in Brookfield Global Listed Infrastructure Income Fund Inc.

Access to a Rapidly Growing Asset Class with Compelling Supply/Demand Characteristics

The growing need for infrastructure spending and the significant cost of funding such projects has led to significant growth in global listed infrastructure as an asset class. Historically, supply and demand characteristics have been compelling, driven by the combination of supply that has been constrained by high barriers to entry and relatively stable demand from essential services.

The Attractive Investment Potential of Global Listed Infrastructure

The Fund invests in publicly traded infrastructure companies believed by Brookfield to have stable, long-lived assets that are essential to the global economy. Historically, attractive long-term total returns for the asset class have been tied to cash flows derived from long-term contracts, concessions and regulated revenues, which tend to be stable and correlated with inflation. As such, the Fund has the potential for the payment of attractive dividends that may grow over time. The Manager also believes that a portfolio composed of well diversified global infrastructure securities has the potential for capital appreciation and strong risk-adjusted investment returns.

Access to a Global Investment Platform and a Management Team with Longstanding Infrastructure Expertise

The Fund provides an opportunity to access a portfolio management team with deep operational and direct investment experience as well as track record investing in global listed infrastructure securities. The team also draws upon internal expertise and knowledge within Brookfield and its affiliates, which provides extensive owner/operator insights into industry drivers and trends.

KEY STATS
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Management

Craig Noble, CFA

CEO, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager

Craig Noble has 19 years of experience and is Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer for the Public Securities Group as well as Portfolio Manager on the global infrastructure team and a Senior Managing Partner of Brookfield Asset Management. He oversees all aspects of portfolio management and business development related to the firm’s public equity and credit securities investment strategies. Over the last 12 years, he has held multiple positions within Brookfield, including significant roles within capital markets activities and direct infrastructure investment. He transitioned to the Public Securities Group in 2008 to help launch the firm’s listed infrastructure business and became the CEO in 2013. Prior to Brookfield, he spent five years with the Bank of Montreal, focused on credit analysis, corporate lending and corporate finance. Craig holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from York University and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Mount Allison University.

“The investing opportunity in infrastructure is driven, in large part, by a “tale of two markets.” On the one hand, developed markets are facing the critical obsolescence of aging assets. On the other, emerging markets are tasked with the build-out of first-generation services to meet the demands of upwardly mobile and rapidly urbanizing populations.”

Craig Noble, CFA

Leo Anguiano

Managing Director and Portfolio Manager

Leonardo Anguiano has 19 years of experience and is a Portfolio Manager on the global infrastructure team. He also is responsible for covering European infrastructure securities focusing on the Water, Transportation and Energy Infrastructure sectors. His past experience includes both direct and listed infrastructure investing and he has spent the majority of his career in London. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Leonardo worked for Santander in Madrid where he was in specialty sales covering infrastructure and utilities. Prior to Santander, Leonardo worked at Arcus Infrastructure Partners and Babcock & Brown focusing on direct infrastructure investing. Leonardo started his career at JP Morgan Cazenove on the sell side. He earned a Master of Philosophy degree from Cambridge University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the London School of Economics.

“The investing opportunity in infrastructure is driven, in large part, by a “tale of two markets.” On the one hand, developed markets are facing the critical obsolescence of aging assets. On the other, emerging markets are tasked with the build-out of first-generation services to meet the demands of upwardly mobile and rapidly urbanizing populations.”

Craig Noble, CFA

Andrew Alexander

Director

Andrew Alexander has 13 years of experience and is a Vice President on the global infrastructure team. He is responsible for covering Energy Infrastructure as well as infrastructure securities focusing on the Water and Transportation sectors in Europe and Australia/New Zealand. Prior to joining the firm in 2008, Andrew was with SNL Financial where he specialized in the Energy sector, which encompassed power, natural gas and coal, and he launched a full analysis of Master Limited Partnerships. Andrew earned a Masters in Corporate Finance degree from the SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia.

“The investing opportunity in infrastructure is driven, in large part, by a “tale of two markets.” On the one hand, developed markets are facing the critical obsolescence of aging assets. On the other, emerging markets are tasked with the build-out of first-generation services to meet the demands of upwardly mobile and rapidly urbanizing populations.”

Craig Noble, CFA

Tom Miller

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Tom Miller has seven years of experience and is a Vice President on the Firm’s global infrastructure equities team. He is responsible for covering North American infrastructure securities focusing on MLPs and the Energy Infrastructure sector. Prior to joining the Firm in 2013, he worked at FactSet. Tom holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University.

“The investing opportunity in infrastructure is driven, in large part, by a “tale of two markets.” On the one hand, developed markets are facing the critical obsolescence of aging assets. On the other, emerging markets are tasked with the build-out of first-generation services to meet the demands of upwardly mobile and rapidly urbanizing populations.”

Craig Noble, CFA

Pricing & Performance

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Returns
CLASS PERFORMANCE DATE 1 MONTH 3 MONTHS YTD 1 YEAR 3 YEARS 5 YEARS INCEPTION

Distributions

Payable Date Record Date Ex-Dividend Date* Amount
01/26/2017 01/19/2017 01/17/2017 $0.1167
02/23/2017  02/16/2017 02/14/2017 $0.1167
03/23/2017 03/16/2017 03/14/2017 $0.0817
04/27/2017  04/20/2017 04/18/2017 $0.0817
05/25/2017
05/18/2017 05/16/2017 $0.0817
06/22/2017  06/15/2017 06/13/2017 $0.0817
07/27/2017  07/20/2017 07/18/2017 $0.0817

Literature & Filings

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Documents

Financial Reports

2016 Annual Report
2016 Semi-Annual Report
2015 Annual Report

Fact Sheets and Commentary

June 2017

Corporate Governance

2017 Proxy Statement
Form 8937 - Year ended December 31, 2016
Audit Committee Charter
Nominating and Compensation Committee Charter
Code of Ethics
Fund Governance Policies and Procedures
Report of Organization Actions Affecting Basis of Securities (Form 8937)
Report of Organizational Actions Affecting Basis of Securities (Form 8937)
Form 8937 - Year ended December 31, 2015
2015 Tax Information
2016 Proxy Statement

Other

2017 Press Releases
Edgar
SEC Filings

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