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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China appoints new Head of Americas Infrastructure

🕔 October 29, 2015
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The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has appointed Shane Arthurson as Head of Americas Infrastructure and he will be based in New York.

Shane Arthurson is an internationally experienced senior investment banker with 15 years of sourcing, structuring and executing of financial solutions.

Prior to joining Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, he worked at KPMG, where he was responsible for KPMG team's development and evaluation of financial models and interactions with all stakeholders including investors, lenders and rating agencies across cashflow, accounting, tax and capital regulation.

Shane has worked on some of the largest deals in the United States and Australia. His experience includes, among other, the following sectors: power & energy, oil & gas, water, core & social infrastructure, technology, government, mining, real estate and telecoms.

Shane Arthurson commented:

I am joining the Project and Structured Finance Group expanding their mandate into Infrastructure for the Americas, including Latin America. I will be heading up efforts into structuring, advising and financing.

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC) is a Chinese multinational banking company and the largest bank in the world by total assets and by market capitalization. It is one of China's 'Big Four' state-owned commercial banks, the other three being the Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China and China Construction Bank.



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