The London office of AMP Capital, the Australian fund manager, has confirmed that Rob Gregor, head of infrastructure for the company’s European operations, has decided to leave the organisation with effect from November.
The organisation has also confirmed that along with Gregor, three other senior members of the team have decided to quit the organisation. Geoff Neil, Michael Cowell and Steven Lowry, who were part of AMP Capital’s infrastructure team in London, have also decided to leave.
Gregor has been with AMP Capital for close to 13 years and was responsible for managing the European infrastructure business of AMP Capital, including transaction origination and execution, portfolio management and asset management.
As a member of the company’s Strategic Infrastructure Trust of Europe (SITE) that invests in a portfolio of infrastructure assets diversified by European countries and sectors, Gregor served as a director to many portfolio companies including Compania Logistica de Hidrocarburos (Spain) and Angel Trains (UK).
Meanwhile, the organisation has confirmed that Sydney-based Phil Garling, global head of infrastructure, has joined the London office along with Singapore-based Boe Pahari who will be based in London as head of European Infrastructure. Four other staff members have been relocated to London as part of the infrastructure team.
Garling is responsible for developing the company’s range of infrastructure products for investors and identification and execution of new investment opportunities, according to the firm’s website. Before joining AMP Capital, he was chief executive officer of Tenix Infrastructure and prior to that was chief executive of Lend Lease Capital Services where he was responsible for the development and implementation of its strategy for the infrastructure sector.
Pahari, who joins as head of European infrastructure, was recently named as head of infrastructure Asia Pacific, the website states. Pahari comes with more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. At AMP Capital, his focus to date has been to expand investment activities in Australia and Asia Pacific.