Balfour Beatty Infrastructure Partners LLP (BBIP) recently announced it has welcome three new joiners to its investment team, bringing the global team to 16 people.
Christopher Tiano and Sylvester Burley have joined the US office, while Marcus Berg has joined the UK office. With their wealth of knowledge and experience they will complement and strengthen the existing team, their bios below for reference.
Sylvester Burley, Associate, is located in the New York office and advises on the origination, execution, management and operation of investments, predominantly in North America.
Previously, Sylvester worked at Riverstone Holdings LLC in New York, where he evaluated investment opportunities and managed portfolio companies across all segments of the energy value chain. Prior to Riverstone, Sylvester worked at J.P. Morgan in the Energy Investment Banking group in New York, where he advised corporate clients on a wide variety of M&A transactions as well as debt and equity financings.
Sylvester holds a BA in Economics and Mathematical Sciences from Harvard University.
Christopher Tiano, Associate, is located in the New York office and advises on the origination, execution, management and operation of investments, predominantly in North America.
Previously, Christopher worked at DNB Markets, the investment banking arm of DNB Bank. He focused on advising companies in the maritime and offshore industries on financial and strategic decisions, including public and private capital raising and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to DNB Markets, Christopher worked at D.A. Davidson & Co., an investment bank focused on mergers and acquisitions of middle market companies.
Christopher holds a BA in Economics from Columbia University.
Marcus Berg, Associate, is located in BBIP's London office and focuses on the origination, execution, management and operation of investments, predominantly in Western Europe.
Prior to joining BBIP, Marcus was an Executive in the Transaction Modelling team at Ernst & Young where he designed, developed and reviewed integrated financial models for clients across a range of industries, including some infrastructure transactions. Prior to Ernst & Young, Marcus worked in the Business Modelling Group at KPMG where he developed bespoke financial models for forecasting and assessing strategic options.
Marcus holds a BSc (Hons) in Management from Warwick Business School.