iCON Infrastructure Makes 4 Senior Hires

Jul 11 2012 | 8:33am ET

iCON Infrastructure, an investment firm focused on investments in core infrastructure in Europe and North America, has made four hires for its executive team.

Joining the firm are Daniel Hales, as director of finance; Anette Grindsted, as a member of the finance team; and Sophie Guibert and Jeremy Smith, as investment associates.

Hales was previously group financial controller and compliance officer at an FSA regulated investment firm. Prior to that he held roles with Goldman Sachs and KPMG.

Grindsted’s background is in project management in both the public and private sectors.

Guibert worked in investment banking in the energy and resources team at RBS while Smith was previously a solicitor who spent over five years with Weil Gotshal in London, specializing in M&A and private equity.

Said Paul Malan, iCON senior partner, in a statement:

“We are delighted to welcome Daniel, Jeremy, Sophie and Anette to our executive team.  These additions enhance our ability to capitalize on the significant number of investment opportunities that we are seeing in mid-market infrastructure across Europe and North America.”

 

 


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