Future Capital Partners Hires Structured Debt Specialist

Jun 13 2011 | 8:50am ET

UK alternative investment boutique Future Capital Partners has hired Robert Jolliffe as a senior investment advisor specializing in structured debt and asset management capabilities.

Jolliffe joins FCP from The Princedale Partnership, an investment consultancy he founded in 2008, prior to which he spent 14 years at ABN AMRO Bank in a variety of structured debt and equity capital markets roles.
 
Jolliffe will focus initially on the income-driven Sanctuary Fund, scheduled for launch later this year subject to regulatory approval by the Guernsey Financial Services Authority. The fund will invest in socially responsible, highly rated, government-backed projects, including social infrastructure and renewable energy.

Said FCP CEO Tim Levy: “Robert’s previous structured debt and asset finance experience will complement our existing team of investment and project finance professionals. There is a very natural fit between where FCP is going as an asset management organization and the skills and expertise that Robert brings to the group.”
 
Founded in 2000, Future Capital Partners specializes in renewable energy, real estate, healthcare and media & entertainment. It employs a team of 70 and has made investments worth over £6 billion.
 


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