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AMP Capital has announced three key promotions in its infrastructure debt team in the UK and US, reflecting a year of record growth in the business.
Roopa Murthy, based in London, has been promoted to Principal Infrastructure Debt Europe. Roopa has been with AMP Capital for more than three years, where she has had an instrumental role in growing AMP Capital’s infrastructure debt platform in Europe.
In the US, Spencer Ivey has been promoted to Principal Infrastructure Debt North America and Evan Nahnsen has been promoted to Director Infrastructure Debt North America. Both Spencer and Evan have made significant contributions to the strategic direction of the business during the past two years, including closing multiple North American deals.
The promotions recognise the strong capabilities in the team and will support AMP Capital’s continued focus to grow its international client base, particularly through its real assets capabilities.
Andrew Jones Global Head of Infrastructure Debt said: “I’m delighted to announce the promotions in our infrastructure debt team in London and New York. They recognise the significant contribution the team has made to the success of our business in 2017, including achieving final close on the AMP Capital Infrastructure Debt Fund III, which raised US$2.5 billion, well exceeding our $US2 billion target.
“On the back of the successful raising in 2017, we’re focused on investing in quality assets on behalf of our clients and have a strong deal pipeline for 2018. The talent and expertise in our team positions us well to deliver for our investors and continue to grow our business,” he said.
There will be no change to the organisational structure of the AMP Capital infrastructure debt team as a result of the promotions.
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