Dalmore Capital, an independent fund management company that seeks to provide its institutional investors with access to long-term investment opportunities in limited volatility infrastructure assets, has appointed Andrew Marsden as a Managing Director.Marsden has more than 30 years of infrastructure experience, with 18 years in senior leadership roles, investing in infrastructure equity. He has particular expertise in utilities and energy assets, and at Dalmore will focus on originating, executing, and managing low risk, regulated investments with predictable long-term contracted revenues. Marsden will report into Alistair Ray, the Dalmore CIO.
Previously, Marsden was a Managing Director in Canadian pension fund CDPQ’s Infrastructure investment group, one of the world’s leading institutional infrastructure investors. Prior to this, Marsden was a Managing Director at GE Capital where he headed up the European investment activities of their energy and utilities investment group from 2004 to 2017 as well as being Head of Origination for EMEA and Latin America from 2015 to 2017.
Alistair Ray of Dalmore Capital, says: “We are delighted that Andrew has joined us. He brings considerable experience and skills that add further depth and expertise to our team, as Dalmore looks to identify potential investments and expand its portfolios. Andrew’s 30 year career investing in and managing low risk, predictable assets makes him an excellent fit.”
Marsden says: “I am very pleased to have joined Dalmore Capital. It is one of UK’s most established and well regarded infrastructure investors. They have an excellent team and I am excited by the opportunity to offer my expertise as we look to grow the asset base and continue to generate predictable and stable returns for investors.”