QIC names new US-based partner

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Queensland-based investment firm, QIC, has appointed a new partner to head up its North American arm.

Eric Belman has been named by QIC as a partner, and will lead the firm’s infrastructure investment and execution efforts in North America.

According to a statement by the firm, Mr Belman’s appointment is part of its expansion strategy. 


Commenting on his appointment, Mr Belman said: “I look forward to bringing my experience in infrastructure, technology and corporate strategy to QIC and helping build its relationships and broaden its investment opportunities and offerings in North America.”

QIC head of global infrastructure Ross Israel said: “I’m delighted that an infrastructure executive of Eric’s calibre is joining QIC. He will be pivotal in helping to lead and execute QIC’s global infrastructure offering.

“Eric has an outstanding record of achievement in complex industries, including energy assets and other global infrastructure.”

Mr Belman joins QIC from GE Power and Water where he served as a managing director since 2007. He will be based in QIC’s newly established New York office.

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