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May 23 2012 | 3:19am ET
Global Infrastructure Partners has turned to a King Street Capital Management veteran to head its investor relations effort.
James Jenkins will also help coordinate evaluations of possible co-investment opportunities for GIP's second investment fund, the firm said. GIP invests in infrastructure, energy, water, waste and transportation assets.
Jenkins, who will be based in New York, spent 10 years in the hedge fund industry. He also formerly worked at Lehman Brothers and Credit Suisse.
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