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Phil joined 3i in 2007 and is Managing Partner and Head of 3i’s Infrastructure business and a member of 3i’s Executive Committee, Investment Committee and Group Risk Committee.
Prior to joining 3i, he was Division Director in Macquarie’s Infrastructure Funds business, where he managed investments in the transport sector.
Phil has over 20 years of infrastructure investment, advisory and finance experience from earlier roles at Barclays and WestLB.
Phil is a director of Wireless Infrastructure Group.
James is Chief Financial Officer of 3i’s Infrastructure business and joined in January 2016.
He manages the operational, financial and reporting requirements for the Infrastructure business within 3i Group, as well as performing CFO duties for 3i Infrastructure.
Prior to joining 3i, James was with Legal & General Investment Management, where he held a number of senior finance roles, including Finance Director of LGV Capital from 2007 to 2015.
John is a Partner in 3i’s Infrastructure team in London and joined 3i in November 2013.
John leads the portfolio management activity for the projects portfolio and is responsible for: setting the strategy for asset management activities; overseeing implementation of value protection and enhancement activities; and overseeing performance reporting.
He works closely with investee company non-executive directors and Infrastructure Managers Limited, the business’s main SPV management services provider.
Previously, John was a director at Barclays Infrastructure Funds Management Limited (‘BIFM’), St Modwen Properties plc, Land Securities Trillium and Vinci Investments, where he led PPP/PFI bidding activity.
John holds board positions at Cross London Trains and Wireless Infrastructure Group.
UK / Infrastructure
UK / Infrastructure
Anna joined 3i in 2006, is a Partner in the Infrastructure team, and leads asset management for the portfolio of economic infrastructure investments.
Anna has had a leading role on many of the large infrastructure investments made by 3i, including Elenia and Eversholt Rail. In 2015 she led the successful bid for 45% stakes in Oiltanking terminals in Ghent and Terneuzen. In 2017 she was senior deal team member for the acquisition of a portfolio of assets from the EISER Global Infrastructure Fund.
Anna holds board positions at Belfast City Airport, ESP Utilities Group and at Oiltanking companies in Singapore, Amsterdam, Terneuzen, Ghent and Malta.
Prior to 3i, Anna advised on infrastructure transactions at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has a BA Joint Honours in French and German from the University of Nottingham and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales.
Stéphane is a Partner in 3i’s Infrastructure team in Paris and joined 3i in November 2013.
Stéphane leads 3i’s infrastructure business in France and is responsible for origination and execution of investment opportunities in projects across Europe. Stéphane joined 3i from BIFM where he was a director and prior to this was head of Egis Investment Partners.
Stéphane led the investment in Valorem and sits on the Board.
Nigel is a Partner in 3i’s Infrastructure team in London and joined 3i in November 2013.
Nigel is involved in investment appraisal and management of investments in infrastructure projects in various funds managed by 3i. In the early 2000’s he led the formation and management of Infrastructure Investors (‘I2’), a pioneering secondary market infrastructure fund established as a joint venture between Barclays, Société Générale and 3i Group. He established, and continues to manage BIIF, a long-term “buy and hold” PPP fund which acquired I2 in 2009.
Previously, Nigel was a Managing Partner at BIFM and prior to that, head of PFI/PPP Advisory Services at PwC and worked at HM Treasury.
Scott joined 3i in 2007 and is a Partner in the Infrastructure team, and with Bernardo leads the team’s new investment origination and execution platform.
He has 15 years’ experience in European infrastructure, spanning utilities, transportation and social infrastructure.
Scott led the investments in Elenia, Cross London Trains and ESVAGT, as well as being a senior deal team member on Eversholt. He led the successful divestment of Elenia. He was also responsible for the successfully exited junior debt investments in Arqiva, Associated British Ports, Télédiffusion de France, Thames Water and Viridian.
He is currently a director on the boards of ESVAGT and Cross London Trains.
UK / Infrastructure
UK / Infrastructure
Timothy joined 3i in 2007, where his primary focus is on the origination, execution and debt financing of infrastructure investments.
His transaction experience includes Infinis, East Surrey Pipelines, Belfast City Airport, TCR, ESVAGT, Oystercatcher and Scandlines.
Prior to joining 3i, he was at RBC Capital Markets, having started his career in the European financial restructuring group at Houlihan Lokey.
Timothy has an MA and an MPhil in Economics from St John's College, Cambridge.
Bernardo is a Partner in 3i’s Infrastructure team in London and joined 3i in October 2015, and with Scott leads the team’s new investment origination and execution platform.
He was a senior deal team member on the recent investments by 3i Infrastructure in TCR, Infinis, Attero and Alkane Energy.
Bernardo was most recently a Partner at Antin Infrastructure, which manages funds investing in infrastructure opportunities across Europe.
Prior to Antin, Bernardo was Managing Director, Head of Acquisitions for Deutsche Bank’s European infrastructure fund. His prior experience was in utilities, as Head of M&A at Energias de Portugal, and in infrastructure advisory with UBS and Citigroup.
Bernardo holds a board position at TCR.