AMP Capital has appointed Niamh McBreen as an Investment Director to its Infrastructure Equity asset management team, based in London, and Stasha Prnjatovic to the newly-created role of Investment Director, Energy within the Infrastructure Equity team in Sydney.
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3i has announced the launch of its North American infrastructure business. Establishing a local team in the US will position 3i to access attractive infrastructure investment opportunities throughout North America.
Anbaric, a developer of clean energy transmission and microgrid projects, and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan have announced a partnership to create a new development company, Anbaric Development Partners.
Cintra and Plenary have combined to create a joint venture business to compete in the Australia and New Zealand road infrastructure market.
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP), the investment manager developed by UK pension funds to invest in UK infrastructure, has announced that Tony Poulter has been appointed as its new Chairman.
Pantheon, the global private equity, infrastructure and real assets investor, has promoted Robin Bailey, Chief Financial Officer, to Partner alongside the promotion of 14 professionals worldwide.
Banks and bondholders own 94.57% of the capital of Isolux after the initial conversion made as a result of the offsetting of credits with the engineering and construction group. Caixabank, Banco Santander and Bankia account for 30.48% of the capital of the new Isolux.
Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) has announced the appointment of a director and two associates to support growth across its funds and separate accounts businesses.
The Peruvian, Luis Carranza Ugarte, shall assume the position on April 1, 2017 for a period of 5 years and shall succeed Enrique García Rodríguez, who drove CAF's transformation from an Andean subregional institution to one of the main development banks of Latin America.
Allianz Global Investors has announced that two investment teams from Allianz Investment Management, part of Allianz Group, are to join Allianz Global Investors’ expanding global private debt platform.
Pinsent Masons has announced a number of new hires as it finalizes its plans to move into new premises in Sandton, Johannesburg in January.
The Abertis’ Board of Directors has approved the appointments, by cooptation at the proposal of the Appointments and Remuneration Committee, of Luis Fortuño and Enrico Letta as new independent directors of the company.
Skanska has announced it has appointed Richard Kennedy as President and CEO of USA Building and Paul Hewins as COO of USA Building for its Metro New York & New Jersey operations.
SNC-Lavalin has announced the additions of Andrew Moore, Principal Consultant, and Eloise Callaghan, Senior Consultant, to the Transformation team of its Transport Advisory division.
G4S Facilities Management, a FM business which is part of the £1.3 billion (US$1.6 billion) G4S UK & Ireland Region, has appointed Phillip Thorne as PFI Director responsible for a number of its Private Finance Initiative FM concessions.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has appointed Álvaro Quijandría Fernández to the position of Executive Director of the Private Investment Promotion Agency, through Supreme Resolution.
Herbert Smith Freehills has hired Edward Dougherty as a partner focusing on project finance, trade finance and syndicated lending in Latin America.
Michael Baker International, a provider of engineering and consulting services, has announced today that Michael Clements, P.E., and Miguel Sanchez, P.E., have joined the firm’s Dallas and San Antonio offices (US), respectively.
The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has announced it has named Ferdinand A. Pecson as new Executive Director of the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines.
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP), the infrastructure business developed by pension funds for pension funds, has announced that Paul Gill will be joining the team as an Investment Manager.