The Brookfield-backed firm, rebranded from BIFIN, will expand its capital solutions offerings with a plan to make up to 40 new hires in the next 12 to 36 months across regions.
The promotion is part of a top executive reshuffle that will see Martin Stanley become chairman of Macquarie Asset Management and Ben Way step up to group head of MAM.
Ian Berry will be joined by former colleagues ‘in the near future’ to establish the business and develop a pipeline of investment opportunities.
The team is looking to fill the void left by managers leaving the European mid-market space, CIO Laurent Chatelin tells us.
The fund manager has appointed Andrew Jones, formerly of AMP Capital, to head up the new strategy from its Sydney office.
Ralph Berg OMERS
Annesley Wallace will replace Berg as head of the C$109bn Canadian pension’s infrastructure group.
The move is the latest in the two-way flow of talent to and from the government and the private equity world.
Tall joins Carlyle as the DC-based firm continues investing its $2.2bn flagship Global Infrastructure Opportunity Fund.
Yasuhiro Ono will focus on investment sourcing and managing investor relations in the region when he joins the NY-based firm on 21 December.
Erginbilgic ended a 23-year career at BP in March and joins the NY-based manager as it readies deployment of its new fund.
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