Alfieri and Shapiro create infrastructure investment boutique AltBridge Capital Partners

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Alfieri and Shapiro create infrastructure investment boutique AltBridge Capital Partners

Philip Alfieri and Joyce Shapiro have set up New York-based AltBridge Capital Partners. Previously they worked for four years as senior infrastructure executives with Franklin Templeton Investments.

AltBridge Capital Partners is a boutique alternative asset manager and investment advisor that specializes in infrastructure with a focus on North America.

The firm says on its website that it has a unique approach to create joint venture investment partnerships with industrial experts in the energy, transportation and water sectors.

AltBridge targets small to midsize equity investments between $10-$75 million per asset. Therefore, AltBridge can provide its investors' access to direct deals as well as create customized investment portfolios.

Mr. Alfieri brings the strategic focus, vision, and mature judgment gained over 25 years as principal investor, financier and trusted advisor of over $20 billion of transactions across global energy, transport and water infrastructure assets. Phil advised on over $11 billion of US public private partnership development projects.

He has held senior leadership and fiduciary roles at Franklin Templeton, LaSalle Investment Management Company, Citibank, NA and EF Hutton & Co, Inc.

Joyce has managed over $4 billion of institutional multi-asset portfolios, established and managed restructuring groups in Asia and the US with over $30 billion in diverse assets. Joyce led the development and execution of innovative alternative investment equity products for institutional investors exceeding $14 billion.

Joyce has held senior leadership positions at Brookfield Asset Management, LaSalle Investment Management, Franklin Templeton, The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, Citibank, JP Morgan Investment Management, and RREEF.

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