Women of Influence in infrastructure
The women in the infrastructure category of our annual Women of Influence in Private Markets list include some of the leading voices within sustainability and the energy transition.
(L-R) Jennifer Powers and Reiner Boehning, ECP
Jennifer Powers and Reiner Boehning are investing $2.5bn for ECP’s climate credit strategy – which they sourced independently in the year since departing GIP.
Gautam Bhandari tells us his new role ‘formalises something I’ve been doing for quite some time’ as fellow co-founder Adil Rahmathulla prepares to depart in June 2024.
Lawrence has been replaced internally by James Bryce, who previously led the portfolio value creation group at the Canadian pension.
Moon, who is not believed to have a position lined up, was part of the group that left Morgan Stanley in 2012 to form I Squared Capital.
Wallace took up the global head of infrastructure role in 2021 and has filled various roles at the Canadian pension since 2012.
Apollo has leveraged its PE and private debt expertise to avoid launching ‘another large-cap infra fund’, says head of infra Dylan Foo.
Matina Papathanasiou, who co-founded QIC’s infrastructure business 17 years ago, will retire from the firm in October.
Tom Murray and Will Devenney have joined Power Infrastructure as it looks to launch debt funds in both North America and Europe.
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