Macquarie Capital's infrastructure and utilities banker Jim Miller has left the firm after working there for the past 20 years.
The exit came following a reshuffling of the infrastructure and utilities investment banking team. Macquarie Capital is to move Chris Voyce, who is currently based in the US, to co-head of the local utilities team alongside John Pickhaver.
Miller, head of Macquarie Capital's Australian infrastructure, joined the firm in 1994 and led more than US$100 billion of transport infrastructure, energy and utilities deals at the firm. He has over twenty years experience across a range of sectors in Australia/NZ, Asia, North America and Europe.
Jim Miller most recently ran the sale of Queensland Motorways. In early July we reported that the consortium comprising Transurban Group, AustralianSuper and Tawreed Investments Limited reached financial close on the acquisition of Queensland Motorways for US$6.673 billion, plus stamp duty and transaction costs of $0.447 billion.
We have recently reported that Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (MIC), the arm of Macquarie in the United States, has announced the appointment of Liam Stewart as chief financial officer (CEO).