An Australian investment management giant has promoted four senior professionals in its global infrastructure debt business.
AMP Capital has made the appointments, including its infrastructure debt chief financial officer and chief operational officer Greg Gill being named as partner.
The other promotions entail principal Spencer Ivey being appointed as partner in the New York office, Roopa Murthy being promoted from principal to partner in the London office and James Fox in the London team moving from associate director to director.
AMP Capital global head of infrastructure debt Andrew Jones commented the promotions reflected the candidates’ contribution to the growth and success of the business.
“A key driver of our strategy has been achieving consistent returns for our investors throughout market cycles. This is largely driven through the leadership and judgment of our investment professionals,” Mr Jones said.
“AMP Capital has one of the longest track records in the infrastructure debt space. As we navigate the fallout from the coronavirus and the current volatility of markets, we are fortunate to have one of the most experienced teams in this sector.
“This year we are focused on carefully managing our portfolio of assets through the current uncertain environment while continuing to seek new, high-quality investments in various sectors including energy, utilities, digital technology and transport infrastructure in OECD and developed countries.”
AMP Capital’s infrastructure debt team comprises 16 investment professionals located across London, New York and Sydney.
The firm recently made its highest capital raise of $9 billion for its fourth infrastructure debt fund last year.
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