Sang-Hyun Yoo's departure comes amid a wave of resignations at the pension fund and following investigations related to a corruption scandal.
Jim Leech has been appointed to help establish the Canada Infrastructure Bank, a C$35bn spending programme designed to develop major projects and boost the country’s economy.
Brooks Preston left the agency, along with nine other political appointees, when the new US president arrived at the White House.
Ben Loomes has left 3i after nearly five years at the London-listed firm, with Phil White now solely in charge of the infrastructure business.
The real assets consulting firm has added two shareholders, bringing its total to 28, two years after its founder reduced his position to a minority share.
Stephen Moore has been appointed by 32 Advisors as a strategic partner in the firm's economic advisory and infrastructure development services.
Isabelle Scemama is succeeding Pierre Vaquier as chief executive, while two other executives have been elevated into more senior roles as part of the transition.
DBRS has brought on Charles Halam-Andres, who previously advised on infrastructure and debt capital markets at Scotia Capital.
Deborah Spalding, who was at the Connecticut system of pension funds since 2013, vacated her post last week.
The manager has picked professionals that have also worked at Goldman Sachs and the EBRD as it eyes further deployments from its renewables and energy storage funds.
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