Goldman’s Bishop to join Alinda in April

A Goldman Sachs investment banker, Andrew Bishop, is set to join infrastructure fund manager Alinda Capital Partners, in its London office. Bishop has an extensive background in energy and power.

A Goldman Sachs investment banker is set to sign on with Alinda Capital Partners, the infrastructure fund manager said.

Andrew Bishop, who worked for Goldman Sachs as a managing director in energy and power, will join Greenwich, Connecticut-based Alinda in April, where he will “spearhead principal investment activity” in “core infrastructure” in Europe, Alinda said.

Bishop will act as a managing director in Alinda's London office. There, he will join a management team of partner Simon Riggall, director Patrick Basten and Per Kjellgren, who is also a director.

Bishop began his investment banking career in 2000 and took a job with Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs in 2008.

In the water utility space Alinda, with $7.4 billion in capital, is the owner of South Staffordshire Water and Cambridge Water, both based in the UK. The fund is also an investor in core, energy and water and wastewater infrastructure.