Muscosky leaves JPMorgan

A senior investment officer on JPMorgan’s infrastructure team, Muscosky had been with the firm for four years.

Glenn Muscosky, a senior investment officer on JPMorgan Asset Management’s infrastructure team, has left the firm.

A source familiar with his departure told Infrastructure Investor that New York-based Muscosky left the firm recently to pursue another opportunity.

Muscosky indicated on his Linked In profile that his employment with JPMorgan ended in August, but he did not indicate a new position. He had been with the firm since April 2006, according to the profile.

A JPMorgan spokesperson declined to comment on his departure.

Muscosky isn’t the only executive to leave JPMorgan Asset Management’s $4 billion infrastructure investment group. Earlier this year, Geoffrey Chatas, a managing director of the firm’s Infrastructure Investments Fund, left JPMorgan to become the chief financial officer at Ohio State University.

The firm has been busy lately on both the fundraising front and the dealmaking front. In March, the firm said in a regulatory filing it had raised $1.7 billion for the infrastructure fund. The disclosure came on the heels of JPMorgan Infrastructure Investments Fund’s agreement to take private SouthWest Water, a California-based water and wastewater utility, for $427 million.

SouthWest Water shareholders recently approved that deal, which marks the fund’s entry into the US water utility sector.

The fund is led by New York-based Mark Weisdorf.