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Jun 14 2012 | 8:48am ET
iCON Infrastructure, an independent investment firm focused on core infrastructure in Europe and North America, has appointed Iain Macleod partner, effective July 2012.
MacLeod, who has two decades of corporate finance and infrastructure experience, joins from Deutsche Bank where he spent over 11 years in roles including head of transportation and infrastructure for EMEA and head of M&A for Asia.
Said Paul Malan, iCON senior partner, in a statement:
“Iain’s strong relationships and transaction experience promise to enhance further iCON’s proven ability to source and execute attractive infrastructure investments for our investment partners. He will also play a key role in the management of our business as we continue to build on our recent successes.”
iCON was formed in 2004 within the global markets division of Deutsche Bank and has operated as a fully independent firm owned by its executives since its spin-out from the bank last year. The latest iCON fund is the €500 million iCON Infrastructure Partners II L.P.
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