Kayne Anderson NextGen Energy & Infrastructure, Inc.
To provide a high level of total return with an emphasis on making cash distributions. KMF intends to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 80% of its total assets in securities of Energy Companies and Infrastructure Companies.
1) Paid on 10/7/22 (ex-date 9/30/22). (See Distributions section below for more information).
2) Calculated by annualizing the most recent distribution amount divided by the closing market price. The distribution rate is subject to change and is not a quotation of fund performance.
Opportunistic Infrastructure Fund with a Unique Mix of Energy Infrastructure Investments
- Investments focused on “NextGen” Energy Companies and Infrastructure Companies that are meaningfully participating in, or benefitting from, the “Energy Transition” mega-trend
- Energy Transition is the global shift to a more sustainable mix of lower carbon and renewable energy sources aimed at reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses
Compelling Investment Attributes
- Portfolio comprised of a diversified mix of energy infrastructure companies, including renewable infrastructure, natural gas midstream, and utilities
- Renewable infrastructure companies and utilities have many attractive attributes, including lower volatility and correlation to the broader equity markets, contracted/regulated cash flows, multi-year growth visibility, and attractive ESG characteristics
Attractive Fund Structure
- Simplified tax reporting with a single Form 1099 (no K-1)
- Suitable for IRAs, foundations, and tax-exempt accounts (no UBTI)
- Regulated Investment Company (RIC) and does not pay income taxes at the fund level
a) Net Asset Return is defined as the change in net asset value per share plus cash distributions paid during the period (assuming reinvestment through our dividend reinvestment plan).
b) Market Return is defined as the change in share price plus cash distributions paid during the period (assuming reinvestment through our dividend reinvestment plan).
c) KMF’s Composite Energy Infrastructure Index is comprised of a 50% weighting to the midstream sector, 35% weighting to the renewable infrastructure sector, and 15% weighting to the utility sector. Returns for each period are total returns (assuming reinvestment of dividends). The sub-sector allocations for this composite index were established by Kayne Anderson at the beginning of fiscal 2022 and are expected to change on an annual basis. Please see footnote (f) for a description of the benchmarks used for each energy infrastructure sub-sector.
d) Excludes preferred and credit investments.
e) Portfolio returns reflect KMF’s asset level returns for each sub-sector based on KMF’s portfolio holdings. Asset level return is calculated as the total return (before leverage and expenses) of KMF’s portfolio holdings for each sub-sector.
f) Benchmark returns are total returns. The benchmark for the midstream sector is the Alerian Midstream Energy Index (AMNA). The benchmark for the renewable infrastructure sector is a composite total return for 38 domestic and international renewable infrastructure and utility companies (calculated on a market-cap weighted basis with individual constituents capped at a 10% weighting). The benchmark for the U.S. utilities sector is the Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLU), which is an ETF linked to the Utilities Select Sector Index (IXU), a sub-set of the S&P 500.
g) Includes TransAlta Corporation (TA CN). Excludes EDP-Energias de Portugal SA (EDP PL), Enel SpA (ENELIM), Public Power Corporation S.A. (PPC GA) and SSE PLC (SSE LN), which are reclassified as renewable infrastructure.
Share Price and NAV History
Premium/Discount to NAV
Total Return (NAV plus distributions)
Period Returns (Not Annualized)
Calendar Year Returns
3) Assumes that distributions have been reinvested at the Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP) price.
Growth of Hypothetical $10,000 Investment4
4) The growth of $10,000 chart is a hypothetical illustration based upon the performance of the fund’s common shares since inception. Ending values as of the dates shown in the chart. Assumes reinvestment of distributions at the DRIP price, the deduction of management fees, operating expenses, and all other fund expenses but does not reflect transaction fees or broker commissions. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted.
Returns reflect the deduction of management fees and expenses but do not reflect transaction fees or broker commissions. Performance data quoted represents past performance and is no guarantee of future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when sold, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Current performance may be lower or higher than that shown based on market fluctuations from the end of the reported period.
Top 10 Holdings
Note: Includes ownership of equity and debt investments.
*Includes ownership of Plains GP Holdings, L.P. (“PAGP”) and Plains AAP, L.P. (“PAGP-AAP”).
**Includes ownership of Brookfield Renewable Partners, L.P (BEP) and Brookfield Renewable Corporation (BEPC).
Reflected as a percentage of long-term investments. Portfolio holdings and/or sector allocations are subject to change at any time, without notice, and are not recommendations to buy or sell any security. You can obtain a complete listing of holdings by viewing our quarterly or annual report for the most recently completed period.
Annual Distributions per Calendar Year
* Includes an initial partial distribution.
** Includes special distribution. See press release dated 6/25/15.
*** Based on year-to-date distributions paid or declared.
The amount of distributions is not guaranteed and may vary depending on a number of factors, including changes in portfolio holdings and market conditions.
Tax Character of Distributions
Our distributions are generally taxable as ordinary income (a portion of which may be qualified dividends) or capital gains. Distributions of our ordinary income plus net short-term capital gains in excess of net long-term capital losses will be taxable as ordinary income to the extent of our current or accumulated earnings and profits. If our distributions exceed our current or accumulated earnings and profits, the distributions will be treated as a return of capital to our common stockholders to the extent of each stockholder’s basis in our common stock, and then the amount distributed in excess of such stockholder’s basis would be taxed as a capital gain. Because the cash distributions received from the MLPs in our portfolio are expected to exceed the earnings and profits associated with owning such MLPs, a portion of our distributions may be paid from sources other than our current and accumulated earnings and profits. Common stockholders will receive a Form 1099-DIV from us. Sample forms for each year can be found within the Tax Information section of this page. This information does not constitute, and should not be construed as, tax, legal, investment, or other professional advice and cannot be used or relied upon for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties.
The table below summarizes the tax character of our distributions for the past ten years.
Information on Tax Character of Distributions
5) This estimate is based on our anticipated earnings and profits for fiscal 2022. The final determination of the tax character of distributions will be made in early 2023 and may differ substantially from this preliminary information.
KMF uses leverage in the form of unsecured notes, preferred stock and revolving bank credit facilities to acquire additional portfolio investments consistent with its investment objective and strategies. Under normal conditions, our policy is to utilize leverage in an amount that represents approximately 25% to 30% of the fund’s total assets.
- Other Material Documents
- Dividend Reinvestment Plan
- Expense Ratios
- $40 million Series D Notes Purchase Agreement dated 5/1/13
- Series D Notes Purchase Amendment Dated 11/5/20
- $130 million Series F to I Notes Purchase Agreement dated 4/16/13
- Series H to I Notes Purchase Amendment Dated 11/5/20
Mandatory Redeemable Preferred Shares (MRPS)
Dividend Reinvestment Plan
- Quarterly and Annual Reports
- Proxy Statements
Quarterly and Annual Reports
- 08/31/2022 KMF Q3 2022 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2022 KMF 2022 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/28/2022 KMF Q1 2022 Quarterly Report
- 11/30/2021 KMF 2021 Annual Report
- 08/31/2021 KMF Q3 2021 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2021 KMF 2021 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/28/2021 KMF Q1 2021 Quarterly Report
- 11/30/2020 KMF 2020 Annual Report
- 08/31/2020 KMF Q3 2020 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2020 KMF 2020 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/29/2020 KMF Q1 2020 Quarterly Report
- 11/30/2019 KMF 2019 Annual Report
- 08/31/2019 KMF Q3 2019 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2019 KMF 2019 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/28/2019 KMF Q1 2019 Quarterly Report
- 11/30/2018 KMF 2018 Annual Report
- 08/31/2018 KMF Q3 2018 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2018 KMF 2018 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/28/2018 KMF Q1 2018 Quarterly Report
- 11/30/2017 KMF 2017 Annual Report
- 08/31/2017 KMF Q3 2017 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2017 KMF 2017 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/28/2017 KMF Q1 2017 Quarterly Report
- 11/20/2016 KMF 2016 Annual Report
- 08/31/2016 KMF Q3 2016 Quarterly Report
- 05/31/2016 KMF 2016 Semi-Annual Report
- 02/29/2016 KMF Q1 2016 Quarterly Report
- Sample Forms 1099-DIV
- Form 8937
- Section 19(a) Notifications
Section 19(a) Notifications of Sources of Distributions
- 10/7/2022 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/12/2022 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/19/2022 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 1/11/2022 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/8/2021 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/13/2021 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 3/31/2021 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/31/2020 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 9/30/2020 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/30/2020 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 2/28/2020 – KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 1/31/2020 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/19/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 11/20/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/23/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 9/19/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 8/22/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/18/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 6/20/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 5/16/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/18/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 3/14/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 2/14/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 1/17/2019 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/20/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 11/15/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/11/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 9/20/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/09/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/13/2018 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/29/2017 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/09/2017 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/10/2017 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/13/2017 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/30/2016 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/07/2016 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/08/2016 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/15/2016 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/30/2015 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 10/16/2015 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 7/10/2015 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 4/17/2015 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- 12/30/2014 - KMF Section 19(a) Notification
- William R. Cordes, Director
- Anne K. Costin, Director
- Barry R. Pearl, Director
- Albert L. Richey, Director
- William H. Shea, Jr., Director (Lead Independent)*
- Carita Walker, Director
- Caroline Winn, Director
- Jim Baker, Chairman of the Board of Directors, President, and Chief Executive Officer
Second Amended and Restated Bylaws
Code of Ethics
Voting Policies and Procedures
*Role as the KYN and KMF lead independent director effective April 2, 2020.
Performance data quoted represent past performance as of the stated date herein. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Current performance may be lower or higher than that shown based on market fluctuations from the end of the reported period. Closed-end funds, unlike open-end funds, are not continuously offered. After the initial public offering, shares are sold on the open market through a stock exchange. As with any other stock, total return and market value will fluctuate so that an investment, when sold, may be worth more or less than its original cost. Shares of closed-end funds frequently trade at a market price that is below their net asset value.
All investments involve risk, including possible loss of principal. An investment in the fund could suffer loss. The fund’s concentration of investments in the energy industry subjects it to risks, including the risks of declines in energy and commodity prices, decreases in energy demand, adverse weather conditions, natural or other disasters, changes in government regulation, and changes in tax laws. Leverage creates risks that may adversely affect return, including the likelihood of greater volatility of net asset value and market price of common shares and fluctuations in dividend rates on any preferred shares, and increases a shareholder’s risk of loss. Before investing in the fund, you should consider the investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses of the fund, which, together with other important information, are included in the fund’s most recent prospectus and other filings with the SEC, available here or at http://www.sec.gov. There can be no assurance that the fund’s investment objective will be attained.
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