Mark is a member of the Infracapital Investment Committee and the Investment & Steering Committee of IMPPP.
Mark was previously in Ernst & Young’s Infrastructure Finance team where he was a financial advisor on infrastructure projects and transactions across sectors including airports, ports, roads, hospitals, prisons and secondary market PFI transactions. Prior to this Mark worked in JP Morgan’s fixed income derivatives team and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte in 1997.
Mark has an honours degree in Mathematics from Warwick University and is approved on the Financial Services Register to undertake the CF30 controlled function.
Prior to this, Mathieu was a Senior Vice President in the London utility advisory team of Dresdner Kleinwort where he advised on a large number of public and private transactions involving utility assets for various infrastructure funds. Mathieu also worked in Dresdner Kleinwort’s Paris M&A team covering French utility and transport companies.
Mathieu holds a Masters degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Birmingham and a Masters degree in International Economics and Finance from the University of Bordeaux.
He is also approved on the Financial Services Register to undertake the CF30 controlled function.
Herman started his career at Kleinwort Benson, moving on to UBS where he became Head of European Utilities. From there, Herman spent his career at Deutsche Bank and HSBC undertaking roles as Head of European Utilities and Head of Power & Utilities EMEA respectively. Herman has extensive experience advising companies, investors and governments on transactions in the power, renewables, utilities and broader infrastructure sectors - most recently as Senior Advisor at Aperghis & Co, an advisory boutique focused on the Netherlands.
Herman studied Economics and Business Studies at the University of Amsterdam and obtained a Masters in Japanese Language and Japanese Studies from SOAS (University of London).
Christophe Bordes joins from Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking, where he was Head of Power, Utilities and Infrastructure. During his 18 years at Société Générale, Christophe covered energy, utilities and transport infrastructure and executed more than 70 financial advisory mandates with a transaction value exceeding €150bn. Prior to this, Christophe worked at Arthur Andersen and Fournier Pharma.
Christophe studied Corporate Finance and International Business at EM LYON - Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Lyon.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Andy was a Partner in 3i plc’s infrastructure team. He was responsible for origination in greenfield and brownfield PPP, renewable energy and core infrastructure sectors. Andy transferred to 3i plc following their acquisition of Barclays Infrastructure Funds Management, where he was the Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer. Before joining Barclays, Andy worked in infrastructure development roles at John Laing and Alfred McAlpine.
Andy holds an MBA from Manchester Business School and graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and was a Member of the Advisory Board of Association of Consultants and Engineers from 2005 to 2011.
Michele joined Infracapital from 3i plc where he was a Director in the infrastructure team. He was responsible for origination, execution and asset management of infrastructure investments across sectors including energy transmission and generation, accommodation and transport throughout Europe. Michele transferred to 3i plc following their acquisition of Barclays Infrastructure Funds Management, where he was an Investment Director. Before that he worked in the energy project finance team of SMBC.
Michele holds an MSc degree in Physics from the University of Milan. He is also approved on the Financial Services Register to undertake the CF30 controlled function.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Jo was a Partner in the banking and finance department at Denton Wilde Sapte. Jo has extensive experience of infrastructure transactions, including project financings and acquisition financings across various markets, including social and core infrastructure. She has worked on a number of high profile acquisitions of equity stakes in the secondary market for infrastructure assets and the financings and refinancing of numerous underlying investments. She has also been involved in the structuring and financing of funds investing in the infrastructure market.
Jo is a Solicitor and holds an MA (Honours) from Cambridge University.
James joined from CVC Capital Partners where he was an Investment Director in the infrastructure team, focused on sourcing and executing transactions in the transport, utilities, and telecoms infrastructure sectors across Europe. Prior to this he worked in the M&A team at Deutsche Bank.
He is a qualified Chartered Accountant, and holds a BA in Economics from Manchester University.
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Prior to this, Hamza spent over seven years at Citigroup Investment Bank based in London. Hamza was a member of the Citi Power & Utilities Investment Banking team for six years providing advice to clients on M&A, equity and debt transactions in Europe, Middle East and Africa. He was a member of the Citi European Leverage Finance and High Yield Origination team for a year raising debt financing for non-investment grade rated corporates and financial sponsor leverage buyouts from the banking and High Yield bond markets (including own lending and underwriting by Citi).
Hamza holds a First Class Honours degree in Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE).
Thomas joined from Ontario Airports Investments Limited (OAIL), a wholly controlled subsidiary of Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP). At OTPP, Thomas gained extensive experience working across transactions (both transport and non-transport sectors), refinancings and asset management. He held board observer positions at a number of OTPP’s portfolio companies. Previously he worked for MAp Airports, an airport investment fund that was spun off from Macquarie. Thomas started his career with Macquarie in London.
Thomas holds a First Class Honours degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Exeter. He has also passed Level 2 of the CFA Program.
Prior to this, John spent over seven years at Hastings Fund Management based In Melbourne, Sydney and London focusing on infrastructure transactions and debt re-financing across the transport, utilities and renewable sectors in Europe and Australia.
John holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Melbourne and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).
Ben joined the team from Arup where he was an Associate Director in the Business and Investor Advisory team, responsible for advising on the development and investment of infrastructure projects and businesses, totalling over $15bn, in Europe and Africa. Earlier in his career, Ben was a member of the Arup site development team responsible for advising clients on the development of greenfield infrastructure projects from acquisition, concept design through to construction.
He holds a Masters of Engineering from Nottingham University, and is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Christopher joined Infracapital in 2014 and is a member of the legal team. He has extensive experience of infrastructure transactions, with a particular focus on M&A. His work includes transaction execution with the Greenfield and Brownfield transaction teams, ongoing legal support in relation to the portfolio assets of the business and managing external legal relationships.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Christopher was an infrastructure and projects lawyer at Hogan Lovells in London, having joined in 2007. Christopher is a solicitor and holds a BA in Jurisprudence from the University of Oxford.
Peter joined Infracapital from RBC Capital Markets’ Utilities & Renewables team where he spent three years focusing on M&A and financing transactions across regulated utilities and midstream oil & gas infrastructure. Peter has also worked at HSBC and KPMG where he qualified as a chartered account.
Peter holds a First Class degree in Economics and Accounting from the University of Bristol.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Andreas was a member of the Barclays Power, Utilities & Infrastructure Investment Banking team for more than three years providing advice to clients on M&A, equity and debt transactions. During this time, Andreas specialised in regulated assets with particular focus on Northern Europe. Andreas also has experience working in the DCM and Equity Derivatives Origination team at Citi as well as with an investment management firm focusing on Scandinavian buyouts.
Andreas holds a First Class Honours degree in Industrial Economics from the University of Nottingham.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Mohit worked in the Infrastructure team of Macquarie Capital, covering financial advisory and principal investment transactions primarily in the renewables and PPP sectors. Mohit was heavily involved in UK offshore transmission assets (OFTOs) and worked on a range of greenfield projects including German offshore wind, UK solar and tidal energy. Mohit’s main responsibilities included financial modelling and interacting with advisors, funders and regulators.
Mohit holds a degree in Economics and Management from Oxford University.
William has over ten years' experience in corporate finance, strategic development and general management within technology and infrastructure sectors.
Prior to joining Infracapital, William was Director of M&A and Strategic Development at Inmarsat. He was responsible for corporate finance transactions, strategic development engagements and CEO office projects at Group level, and was also an Executive Management Board member of the Group’s main business unit. Earlier in his career, William was a member of the Group strategy, corporate finance and CEO office departments of the corporates Arqiva, Eutelsat and SFR-Vodafone.
William holds an MBA in general management from Columbia University, an MBA in finance from London Business School and an IDP-C in corporate governance from INSEAD.
Verena joins Infracapital from Scottish Equity Partners where she was a Principal at their Environmental Capital Fund gaining extensive practical experience in UK and pan-European wind and solar PV transactions. Prior to this, Verena worked as Investment Manager, Infrastructure at WHEB Group.
Verena has a Master of Arts in Economics from the Wayne State University, Detroit, alongside a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Technical University of Munich.
Kamen joined from Cubico Sustainable Investments where he worked on the origination and execution of renewable energy transactions in Europe. Prior to this, Kamen was at a London based project finance boutique, where he was involved in the financing of transactions in the energy, waste and student accommodation sectors.
Kamen holds a first class Honours degree in Financial Mathematics from the University of Surrey and is a CFA charterholder.
Can joined Infracapital from EISER Infrastructure Partners LLP where he focused on acquisitions, divestments and management of the European infrastructure assets. Can also worked on origination and execution of mezzanine, quasi equity and construction bridge investments for renewable energy projects in Africa via Green Africa Power Fund. Prior to this, Can worked as a risk consultant in KPMG delivering tailored risk management solutions to clients mainly in the infrastructure and financial sectors.
Can holds an MSc in Economics and Strategy from Imperial College and graduated with a full scholarship from the European Union (Jean Monnet Scholarship).
Prior to joining Infracapital, Ed was a member of the Infrastructure Equity team at IFM Investors focusing on infrastructure transactions, re-financings and asset management in Europe. Ed also has experience working in the Power, Utilities and Infrastructure team at UBS focusing on M&A and financing transactions across regulated utilities and transport infrastructure.
Ed holds a first class Honours degree in Mathematics with Modern Languages from University College London.
Maddie joined from Macquarie Capital, where she worked in the Infrastructure team for over three years. During this time, Maddie primarily advised clients on M&A transactions across the regulated utilities, transport and energy sector. Prior to this, she worked in the Infrastructure Finance team at Ernst & Young, with a focus on renewable energy.
Maddie holds a degree in Economics from University College London (UCL) and is also a qualified Chartered Accountant.
Prior to joining Infracapital, Laetitia worked 4 years at BNP Paribas in Paris, New York and London. She notably spent a year in the bank’s Latin American Project Finance team in New York mostly working on advisory mandates for transportation projects, before joining the Power team in London where she spent over two years focusing on a range of advisory and arranging mandates for landmark renewable transactions in the UK, including large offshore wind projects for over 1,300MW as well as solar PV and landfill gas projects.
Laetitia holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering from École Centrale Paris and a MSc in Management from ESSEC Business School.
Carlo worked in the Project and Infrastructure Finance team at Citigroup with a focus on structuring finance solutions for greenfield projects in the power, energy and infrastructure sectors in both EMEA and the Americas.
Carlo holds a degree in Finance and Accounting with Distinction and Honours from the University of Kansas.
Savvas joins us from Macquarie Capital where he gained experience in advisory and equity investing across a wide range of infrastructure assets with a particular focus on digital infrastructure.
Savvas studied Civil Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering from École des Ponts ParisTech, where he specialised in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Project Finance.
Nazli joins Infracapital from Credit Suisse where she has most recently worked as an analyst in the Investment Banking, EMEA Energy, Transport and Infrastructure Group.
Nazli studied Industrial Engineering at Columbia University, further obtaining a Masters in Finance and Private Equity at the London School of Economics (LSE).